Come on a deep-sea journey to encounter the light creatures that live below, in performance installation In Deep Water. Artists Katie Sfetkidis and Ian Moorhead create an immersive and contemplative space, using sound and light to provide glimpses into this unexplored dark corner of the world.
Inspired by the bioluminescent creatures that live in the deep oceans, In Deep Water sees the continued exploration of dark spaces by artist Katie Sfetkidis. Navigating the installation, small audience groups will experience a concert of sound and light and a sublime journey into the unknown.
Devised by Katie Sfetkidis
Sound Design Ian Moorhead
Warning loud music, extreme darkness
Image Lucy Parakhina
“A rare kind of performance where there are no actors, and light and sound design take centre stage…participants, unaware, contribute to the sensory design of the installation, and become pawns in this dark and unnerving game” Promptside on Dark Matters
In Deep Water is presented by Theatre Works; and commissioned as part of its ENCOUNTER(S) project. It is supported by Underbelly Arts Festival and Metro Arts Brisbane.