MOST ii: an International Experimental Exchange24.01.2017
Featured at ARTLANDS DUBBO, the amazing performers from The Useless Assembly will be joined by their contemporaries from Poland, in Lismore, February 2017, to produce a unique show involving more than 20 artists with and without disability.
MOST ii (‘most’ meaning ‘bridge’ in Polish), represents the second edition of this worldwide cultural exchange project between European and Australian artists. In February 2017 Remont Pomp, a Polish band, will journey to Australia along with two of Europe’s finest experimental/ Jazz musicians; Mikolaj Trzaska and Rabih Beaini. They will join local artists The Useless Assembly and Tralala Blip on a unique, post- disability tour stretching from Brisbane to Bendigo. Each concert will include the acts performing on their own, as well as collaborating on “The Singularity” a noise opera.
The tour kicks off in Lismore on the North Coast of NSW, Saturday 18th February. For more info about the project contact Zeb Schulz: firstname.lastname@example.org
LISMORE NSW – Saturday 18th February – Lismore Art Gallery
BRISBANE QLD – Sunday 19th February – The Haunt
SYDNEY NSW – Tuesday 21st February – Red Rattler
WAGGA WAGGA NSW – Friday 24th February – Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
BENDIGO VIC – Sunday 26th February – Unique Noise @ The Old Fire Station