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Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique

McCahon House and Webb's presents Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique. A film with live musical performance - Uriel Barthélémi and Taro Shinoda

This performance is strictly a two-day season, as a part of the Auckland Art Fair

Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique is a film by Japanese artist Taro Shinoda, filmed over a ten year period capturing the full moon from the perspective of 12 of the world's most iconic cities. Auckland's super moon from December 2017 is the last moon in the cycle. Shinoda's film captures the contrast between the colossal form of the moon and of us, the small indicators of life on earth. With the inclusion of a live performance of drummer and French electric-acoustic musician, Uriel Barthélémi, the performance immerses the audience in the visual and musical experience. 

This performance will be open to the public only on the 23-24 of May 2018. 
Evening performances commence at 8pm with doors open at 7pm. 
Food and beverages will be available for purchase
Live musical performance by Uriel Barthélémi evening only. Daytime screenings do not include the musical accompaniment. 

Running time: 65 minutes

Daytime screenings: 11am and 1pm - FREE
Evening performances: 8pm - $40 

Admission by ticket only, online bookings are essential
Go to: qtheatre.co.nz/mccahon_shinoda


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