|Venue||Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, NSW|
|First Date||11 August 1992|
|Opening Date||11 August 1992|
|Last Date||15 August 1992|
|Description||Programme: 'dumb type' are a Japanese performance group from Kyoto whose performances are a direct evaluation of contemporary Japanese society. In their performance 'pH', the all-consuming shopper comes under scrutiny on a stage set with female dancers and mechanical toy pigs. Their performances utilise technological objects and the body is understood in sculptural terms.
Reviewer: "A series of seemingly random but nevertheless carefully co-ordinated, contrived and designed events that the audience must observe, co-ordinate, assimilate and categorise all at once. The piece is about technology and society...the ways and formats in which controls are asserted
on society by technology."
|Further Information||Devised and staged by dumb type, a Kyoto based performance collective. The contributors for this production are unavailable. Discrepency between dates. Performance Space Programme has 11-15 Aug, 1992. Original post had 8-16 Aug, 1992.|