90 mins
Thu 19 Oct 6:30 PM
Offsite - near Sydney Park

General Admission


Presented by Performance Space, Lz Dunn & Performing Lines


Since the 1980s computers have modelled the way birds flock, identifying three simple rules that govern their movement: separation, alignment and cohesion.

Taking place in Sydney's vast outdoor spaces, where the social and natural worlds merge and collide, Aeon is a listening tour, a physical journey, and an experiment in group dynamics. Premiering to acclaim at Dance Massive (Melbourne, March 2017), Aeon takes its audiences on an extended walk set to a mesmeric score by acclaimed Brisbane composer Lawrence English.

Drawing on scientific studies of bird flocking and ideas of queer ecology, Aeon invites us into a communal yet deeply personal experience and asks us to consider a new relationship to nature, and to each other. This subtle yet powerful performance creates a temporary community that awakens the imagination and gifts us with the soaring sensation of flight.


Concept & Lead 
Artist Lz Dunn 

Lawrence English 

Shian Law 

Lara Thoms 

Production Manager 
Liz Young 

Produced by 
Performing Lines 



This work does not take place at Carriageworks, it is staged in the vicinity of Sydney Park. Attendees will be contacted with the location of the work after booking.

Please note that latecomers will not be admitted, audience should arrive 15 minutes prior to the session.
Aeon is an outdoor work involving a significant amount of walking, potential nudity and an intense sound experience. If you have accessibility concerns, please contact our team at (02) 8571 9111.
Recommended for ages 15+. Unsuitable for babies or small children.