Sensations of Maintenance
ArtsLab Western and North West Sydney
Noun – the process of preserving a condition or situation or the state of being preserved – a situation in which something continues to exist or is not allowed to become less
Sensations of Maintenance is a devised theatre work exploring the living process of continuity and change in our lives. What happens when we learn to unthread, listen and reveal what quietly maintains us and our relations? When given the choice, can we learn to let go and re-thread new ways of relating to what has come before? Through fragments and threads of sound, memory and movement the piece seeks to take apart and play with the frames we set up for ourselves and those that have been setup for us by others.
The piece will explore the manic, mysterious and mercurial moment we find ourselves in when we are confronted with choice and the possibility of letting something fall away.
Q Theatre and Shopfront Arts Co-Op invite you to join us for a special Q&A session with the ARTSLAB WNW artists. This is your opportunity to meet them, hear about their creative processes, and learn about ARTSLAB and how you can be involved in the future.
Date & Time: Saturday 11 November at 6pm in the Borland Lounge.
Attendance is FREE and no registration is necessary.
PURCHASE A SEASON PASS AND SAVE
A season pass includes entry to all three of the ArtsLab Western and North West Sydney shows including Red Soup, CURBSQUATTERS and Sensations of Maintenance, as well as the One Self over the Crismon Nest (ArtsLab Gallery).
Single tickets are also available to each show and include entry to One Self over the Crismon Nest (ArtsLab Gallery).
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street, Penrith – Click here to view a map
Cast & Creatives
Adam Yoon / Creator
Martin Del Amo / Mentor
Thursday 9 November at 8:30pm
Friday 10 November at 8:30pm
Saturday 11 November at 4:30pm
Meet Adam Yoon
Adam Yoon is a movement artist/theatre maker with an interest in exploring creative processes through physical and collaborative devised storytelling. He was a member of the inaugural Art Gallery of New South Wales Youth Collective and a member of the PYT Youth Ensemble 2019-2020.
In 2020, he took part in Playwrights of Parramatta and participated in Ninefold Theatre’s Cohort Program. He was a dramaturg for A Game for Flies by Bria McCarthy which played at PYT and From Morning to Midnight directed by Eugene Lynch.
Recent collaborations include devisor and dramaturg for Moon Rabbit Rising by Nicole Pingon presented by Little Eggs Collective at Belvoir Street Theatre and Q Theatre’s 2023 Originate Ensemble for emerging artists.
Adam currently works at the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre supporting research around early childhood development and youth mental health.
Adam has been mentored by Martin Del Amo.