Avoca

First stop on THIS Ens. Wimmera tour, Watford House, Avoca.

I found the socialising and performing co-emerging in a very easy manner. Some guests indeed found their way to contributing to the performative energies by singing, reciting poetry, or wandering through the bushy environs. It was a very gentle time that drew a particular expression of energy from the environment, guests and performers.

The next day I helped a man cut down a tree that needed to be removed from next to the house. It felt somewhat like a continuation of the previous nights event, enhanced by the lunch and returning guests comments on how enjoyable their experience was.

Gratitude to co-performer/host Lyndal Jones who made it an auspiciously rich occasion.

photo Elnaz Sheshgelani

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I acknowledge that I live and work within, and am a temporary custodian of land that belongs to the Wotjobaluk people. I pay respect and homage to Wotjobaluk elders past and present on behalf of all GAIP participants. We also acknowledge and pay our respects to the original inhabitants of the lands we pass through during our performance collaborations and do our utmost to care for these places.