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Secret Sonic Walk Explores where The Natural & Social Collide

Thursday 26th October / posted by Chris Wheeldon

The dynamics of bird flocks and the concept & theories surrounding queer ecology are not ideas many people would put together...However Lz Dunn's newest work, a project called Aeon, does just that. Described as a playful push through public space and private discomfort, Aeon is activated by silence, sound, civic-responsibility and personal desire - enabling them to explore where the social and natural worlds collide and awakens the imagination.

On paper it seems like just a walk in the park - but beneath the surface there's a lot more going on with participants becoming part of the work itself. The Performance asks us to consider - or at least reconsider - one's relationship with eachother and with nature.

Being the creator and Frontrunner of Aeon, Lz says the whole performance could only be possible by a Collaborative investigation made up of herself, Sound Designer Lawrence English, Choreographer Shian Law and Dramaturger Lara Thomas.
RTRFM's own Tom Reynolds spoke with Lz, starting by asking her about the creative disciplines involved in creating the project....

**Aeon will be running around at Perry Lakes over the course of the next three days (Until Sunday) Please see the PICA Website for more information.**

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