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Breadwoman Variations: Anna Homler & Special Guests Lilian Steiner and Samuel Karmel
A spirit, a guardian, a witness to life on earth. A cosmic storyteller so old she’s turned into bread...

SUN 28 Jan 2018
6PM - 9PM
MPavilion, Melbourne
Queen Victoria Gardens, St Kilda Rd
Wheelchair Accessible

FREE

Image: Breadwoman, photo by Susan Einstein

Breadwoman
Breadman
Rebecca Jenson & Friend
DJ Slime

Liquid Architecture is excited to present Anna Homler in January 2018, enchanting audiences with her celestial vocalese for this special performance for MUMA’s Sound Spaces at MPavilion. Homler will be chanting her divining speech and lyrical melodies with special guests Samuel Karmel and Lilian Steiner in a series of very special quasi-theatrical, fully mythic, ritualistic performances of Breadwoman.

Since 1982, Anna Homler has incanted the character of Breadwoman—an ancient storyteller housed in bread that emerged out of the downtown Los Angeles performance art scene. Of the language of Breadwoman, Homler explains “I think of English as lettuce and my own language as bread.” Kneading language into music; toys into instruments, Homler’s vocal, visual and performance practice explores alternative means of communication and the poetics of ordinary things.

Presented by Liquid Architecture, MPavilion and MUMA in association with MOFO 2018.

A Liquid Architecture project curated by Cara Stewart, as part of MUMA’s Sound Spaces series. 

the voices

Anna Homler is a vocal, visual and performance artist based in Los Angeles. Exploring alternative means of communication and the poetics of ordinary objects, Homler sings in a melodic improvised language that is both ancient and contemporary—searching for the symbolic and tonal qualities of words and everyday objects.

Lilian Steiner is an Melbourne-based dancer and choreographer whose practice utilises the inherent intelligence of the active body as the primary tool for creating wholly encompassing visual, sonic and kinaesthetic experiences. Her work embraces the power of ephemerality within energetic exchange through emphasising the presence of weight and density within the sculptural nature of sound, the body’s form and light as an extension of the body.

Samuel Karmel is a Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist and producer best known for his work as one half of “deep narcotised balearic” duo CS + Kreme (with Conrad Standish); dreamy electronic trio F ingers (with Carla Dal Forno and Tarquin Manek); and indescribably strange noise act Bum Creek.

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