Ginkgo at Circling the Brink in the PAVE Festival

Ginkgo: one of the oldest living tree species, a poetic idea relating oneness to duality, a therapeutic plant with plenty of applications – one of them being the promotion of blood circulation, another the curing of memory loss.

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‘Ginkgo’ is the guide to the creative relationship between the 3 dance performers Silke Mehler (Amsterdam, Netherlands/Germany), Alicia Min Harvie (South Australia) and Robert Brassington (Victoria). Under Silke’s directorship this team has prepared experiences that wake up your senses, challenge your perception and invite you to melt in with us, witnessing the mythical manifestations of nature in time. The beautiful Telopea Gardens bring to life the connection with nature and each other. When we give attention, all of us can intuitively sense the abundance of wisdom and potential that is available here
Enjoy a section of the work titled Uphill HERE

Vivenne Rogers produced this site specific performance platform Circling the Brink as part of the PAVE Festival in Emerald, Victoria.

The Performances/Exhibition

When: Sat 18th & Sun 19th April @ 11am & 2pm
Where: Telopea Gardens 80 Beaconsfield-Emerald Rd, Emerald
For more info on the PAVE Festival visitwww.pave.org.au.

Project Team

Director and Performer: Slike Mehler

Performers: Alicia Min Harvie, Robert Brassington

Producer: Vivenne Rogers

Sponsors: The PAVE Festival, Emerald Community House, Telopea Gardens, Fernglade on Menzies B&B, Wattle Tree Creek B&B & Cardinia Shire Council.

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