After meeting a stranger for coffee in the morning, Bonnie will spend the remaining daylight hours developing a performative response to this interaction.
At 7:30pm, Bonnie will perform this freshly-squeezed work at the very same café to the (now, not-so) stranger. For them. For her. For you. As café
patrons, you are given permission to watch and listen: to observe this rapid-response performance as a voyeur. The Affect Me project is an
amalgamation of Bonnie’s personal and creative life; leaving indistinguishable where her interactions with the world end and the performance begins.
Who do we want to be, and how are we going to get there? In partnership with the Wheeler Centre in Melbourne, Sophie Black hosts a discussion on the present and future of the nation. Sign up required.
This panel focuses on how gender and affects (such as joy, laughter and fear) are (re)produced through physical/mediated spaces.
There are many things in the world that make writers blocked. Be it burn out, niggling doubts, jobs or pets, the world is full of distractions. Gabrielle Tozer has been through it all and is ready to help you.