A performance work by Will Foster and Sabrina D’Angelo
Shick shick, chh chh, brum-brum-brum-brum-brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, eeeoooeeeooo. Bwwob bwwwobbubwub vooRRRR vooRRR vooooRRR. Begging for love and attention, the Superb Lyrebird mimics the worst of human behaviours.
Will Foster is an artist and curator based in Melbourne. His projects have taken form as temporary public artworks, large-scale messages, investigative social spaces, exhibitions, research networks and socially-engaged pedagogical programs.
Sabrina D’Angelo is a Sydney based practitioner of Body Poetry, an eccentric and fairly non-existent art form that is best described as “non-verbal spoken word”, or “human-puppetry”. It borrows from the great traditions of mime, interpretive dance, mask, and ham.