NEAR:BOWER | THE FESTIVAL OF LOOKING
26th, 27th & 30th June 2019
NEAR: BOWER | Cherry Truluck
NEAR:BOWER is a moment of intersection, an architecture of coincidence, a node in a constellation.
A geographical link between two people from opposite sides of the tracks pinpoints an apparently random location for breaking bread along the abandoned railway – the potential for communion between two strangers at an imaginary industrial-scale community dinner table.
Cherry Truluck’s practice has moved through architecture, cyberformance, theatre design, art directing, live art and professional cheffing – it still holds onto to something from all of these. Truluck’s recent work is cross-disciplinary and examines the juncture of domestic space and performance through the lens of feminism and food.
Info on how to participate:
Residents who live within the community that the Harbour Line spur passes through are invited to meet their neighbours in one-on-one interactions with shared food. The meals will take place, by appointment, between 1 and 4pm on 26th and 27th June. Participants and other community members are invited to come together for a communal cocktail party and discussion at 5pm at the Urban Room on Sunday 30th June.