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Simon Wilkinson ‘Transmedia Immersion’ Lecture – ACMI – Melbourne – Part 1

Simon Wilkinson presents his work and ideas on transmedia immersion. Recorded at ACMI [Australian Centre for the Moving Image] – Federation Square, Melbourne 10:03:15

Presented by Federation Square as part of their Creative Programme, Hosted by Robert Ellis Walton [VCA]

Simon Wilkinson ‘Transmedia Immersion’ Interview & Q&A – ACMI – Melbourne – Part 2

Simon Wilkinson of Circa69 in conversation about transmedia immersion. Recorded at ACMI [Australian Centre for the Moving Image] – Federation Square, Melbourne 10:03:15 Presented by Federation Square as part of their Creative Programme, Hosted by Robert Ellis Walton [VCA]

FR!SK @Natimuk

19-21 November 2015

BFA Theatre Practice graduates take the inaugural degree show FR!SK to Natimuk, a town of 500 people in regional Victoria.

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Site, Immersion and Intimacy Resources: Encountering Place, Audience and Community in Performance

This page is a repository of resource links to practices explored in my seminar series running alongside the Three Performances of Community project at VCA Theatre.

Links to the work of: Jill Orr, Lyndal Jones, One Step at a Time Like This, Aphids, PVI Collective, Jason Mailing, Benjamin Cittadini, Robert Wilson, Rimini Protokoll, Duncan Speakman, Marcus Coates, Fish & Game, Persis-Jade Maravala & Zecora Ura, Janet Cardiff, Punchdrunk, Lone Twin, Gob Squad.

Please contact me with suggestions for extending the list and with errata.

Social Gaming: India/Australia Performance

Last year I collaborated with Amitesh Grover (Artist, New Delhi) and Rosie Hinde (Artistic Director, Kenneth Myer Asian Theatre Series) to create a series of simultaneous performances between Melbourne and New Delhi called Social Gaming.

Around Coastal Miyagi Prefecture, Japan Monday 4 June 2012

This video documents a brief visit to Miyagi Prefecture a year after the devastating 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami. Like everyone else I was moved by the images of the tsunami on the news, yet I never imagined that a year later I would be visiting the region. I made this video to share a little of what I saw that day.

This was the first day of my first trip to Japan. I was a guest of Kaori Nakayama and the Theatre Planning Network. We started early in Tokyo taking the Shinkansen to Sendai to meet Takako Ofuji. In the afternoon Takako drove Kaori and I around Ojika Peninsula’s coastal towns, before visiting Ishinomaki on the way back to Sendai. Monday 4 June 2012 was a long, emotionally draining yet extraordinary day on my trip to Japan, and one that I will never forget. I am grateful to my hosts and the people of Miyagi who made me feel so welcome that day.

Alma Mater @ Scotland Street School Museum Trailer

See the show: Friday 28 – Sunday 30 September 2012
Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow, Scotland

For more information visit: fishandgame.org.uk/?portfolio=alma-mater

Alma Mater Trailer

Alma Mater by Fish and Game is a filmic tour for one that fuses high-technology with our trademark lo-fi charm to create a piece that sits between theatre, film and installation. Individual audience members enter a specially constructed, full-scale child’s bedroom to immerse themselves- via iPad- in the world of a little girl in this handheld, 21st century fairy tale.

For more details visit: fishandgame.org.uk/?portfolio=almamater

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