Brian Fuata: Apparitional Charlatan – Minor Appearances: QVB Performance

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Queen Victoria Building

455 George Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Brian Fuata’s improvisations use the image of the ghost as narrative departure; opening portals that hang between truth and action

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The iconic Queen Victoria Building is set to reopen its impressive Inner Dome for a never-before-seen performance by renowned improvisational performer, Brian Fuata. The limited performances will be held as part of the official 22nd Biennale of Sydney program, the largest and most-attended contemporary visual arts event in the country.

Perfectly timed, the collaboration will mark the relaunch of public access to the Inner Dome. The free Biennale of Sydney performances give 15 visitors per session first access to an underexplored area of the building, for an intimate and unforgettable experience.

The performance series entitled Brian Fuata: Apparitional Charlatan - Minor Appearances will also take place in other Sydney locations including on the steps of the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney and National Art School. Fuata will perform as a ghost throughout the series, connecting seamlessly with the spooky past of the QVB.

The series follows the great success of the building’s After Dark tours, which are set to return in 2020. Fuata’s distinctive and modern style is juxtaposed with the deep history and heritage of the building, creating an elevated experience synonymous with the QVB.

The 22nd Biennale of Sydney, entitled NIRIN, explores the urgent states of contemporary lives, and the unresolved past anxieties and hidden layers of the supernatural. Given the rich history and previous ghost sightings at the QVB, the heritage building provides the perfect backdrop for the cultural exploration.

Tickets at: http://events.biennaleofsydney.art/fuataqvb

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Queen Victoria Building

455 George Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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