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Forgotten Places:
From The Past A Future Begins


A BRAND NEW IMMERSIVE ART AND THEATRE EXPERIENCE

Chapel Off Chapel
13-17 February  2019

Concept, Photography, Set design, Graphic design



An experience awaits to ignite the depths of your imagination. Here, places once forgotten are transformed into visions of the future, where voices sing enchanting songs, architecture comes to life and colour rules supreme.

Let your curiosity guide you through a labyrinth of art, design and theatrical wonder and discover delight in what could be.
︎ Production images + set design


FREE GUIDED PHOTOGRAPHY WALK

︎ Photo walk crew

Forgotten Places began in November 2018 when I facilitated a free guided photography walk around the suburbs of Prahran, South Yarra and Hawksburn. The walk encouraged people to see the world around them with a fresh perspective through the art of photography.

The photographs have inspired artworks, poetry, stories, movement, lyrics, melodies, costumes, shapes and a fully immersive experience created by my wonderful, hard-working and talented Citizen Theatre collaborators.

Watch the photowalk highlights in the video below...



︎ Photography walk highlights



︎ Hero image + graphic design


︎ Social media content



︎ Fold-out program + map





Credits

Forgotten Places was a fully collaborative project made possible with the hard work, dedication, and talent of the following people:

PERFORMING COLLABORATORS 
Jordan Barr
Kayla Hamill
Tomas Parrish
Willow Sizer
Margot Tanjutco

NON-PERFORMING COLLABORATORS
Director/Dramaturge/Producer: Jayde Kirchert
Designer/Artist/Photographer: Stu Brown
Composer: Imogen Cygler
Costume Designer: Aislinn Naughton
Associate Producer: Steph Clare-Cover

Forgotten Places was generously supported by the City of Stonnington’s Arts & Cultural Grants program.

THANK YOU
  • Cate, Ibrahim, Simon and the team at Chapel Off Chapel for being a superb ‘artist’s venue’ that is a delight to work with
  • Nicole, Rosalie and the folks at the City of Stonnington council for their support and guidance
  • All of our photography walk participants & volunteer ushers
  • Russell Mason for helping to photograph the performances (@stonningtonurbs)
  • Ines Iachelini for going above and beyond
  • Special thank you to Ron and Marg Dobell for their continued support
  • Marshall White Foundation for the use of their billboards at Como Park and Malvern Gardens

Mark


© Stu Brown 2020
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© Stu Brown 2020