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Unitec presents: HYBRID 2014

Unitec presents: HYBRID 2014

Critical, creative and conceptual works by Unitec Year 2 Dancers, Actors and Production Design & Management students.

Wednesday 11th June - Friday 13th June
7.30-9.30pm
Unitec Dance Studios, Entry 1, Carrington Road, Auckland
KOHA ENTRY

Traveling timescapes, protesting surfaces, randomization, rooms of emotion, gargling colours, hash-tag party lines, pendents and ambiance; HYBRID ART PROJECT is a thought-provoking two hour experience where audience members interact with diverse installation and performance environments.

Having studied the work of leading transmedia, interdisciplinary and performance art practitioners, HYBRID ART PROJECT presents works by students that emphasize processes of experimentation and collaboration.

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