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Audio-described tactile tour: ROCKAMORA

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Adelaide Contemporary Experimental

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1 hour


$0 - Free

Event description

Join us for an audio-described tactile tour of Kaspar Schmidt Mumm’s exhibition, ROCKAMORA.

'Rockamora' is the name of the giant interactive puppet taking a bath in the exhibition space at ACE.

Learn about ROCKAMORA and be guided through the tactile elements of the puppet, including a mouth that can be felt exhaling a breath of air, skin made of various textured fabrics, and fingernails and teeth made from polystyrene.

Patrons are invited to feed and clean the puppet with a range of props, such as a toothbrush and drink bottle. Patrons are also invited inside the head of 'Rockamora' to use a button panel that activates a series of sound effects, such as burping and yelling.

The artist, Kaspar Schmidt Mumm, will be present to answer questions.


Tour audio-describer: Grace Marlow (with assistance from Access2Arts)

Meeting point: ACE, Lion Arts Centre, North Terrace. If you are unsure of how to find ACE, email Grace to arrange a meeting place on North Terrace.

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Audio description of finding ACE within the Lion Arts Precinct:

More information about ROCKAMORA and Kaspar Schmidt Mumm:

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