Agatha Gothe-Snape with Brooke Stamp: Here, an Echo

Photograph: Rafaela Pandolfini
Photograph: Rafaela Pandolfini

The 20th Biennale of Sydney invites you to join us on 26 June at 3.30 pm, when Agatha Gothe-Snape and Brooke Stamp present the third and final in a series of performances. Called Here, an Echo, the work has been conceived as a choreography for the city, unfolding over three Sundays during the exhibition.

Taking a visual score as a starting point, the work creates a line of connection between Speakers’ Corner in the Domain and Wemyss Lane in Surry Hills. In the act of walking this path, Gothe-Snape describes how Here, an Echo, ‘traces rhetorical and physical passages trodden and unchartered, inviting the viewer to capture and respond to the ambiences of different physical situations in the City of Sydney.’ Both expansive and non-monumental, the work temporarily enlivens the urban spaces through which it passes with site-specific happenings.

Please be aware the pathway is at times, rough and uneven, and includes stairs.

WHERE: The walk starts at Speakers’ Corner in the Domain opposite AGNSW and finishes at Wemyss Lane, Surry Hills
WHEN: 17 April, 15 May and 26 June, 3.30-4.30 pm
PLEASE NOTE: Capacity for the walk is limited, please register your interest via bree@biennaleofsydney.com.au with your full name, email address and number of people.

Location

From Speakers’ Corner in The Domain to Wemyss Lane, Surry Hills