“It’s about connection. Connection in all its forms: between people, friends, lovers, electricity cords & sockets, all getting close. Trying to get closer.”
Intimacy is dead, and we’re partying with its corpse.
Intoxication is a post-dramatic patchwork about queer millennial anxiety; exploring how the intense fear of being alone rules modern society, and how one person’s loneliness is symptomatic of everyone’s problem. Using work from sociologist Brené Brown and psychologist Judith Herman, Intoxication pulls apart the ways that trauma and connection are used in art.
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.