Andrea Keller Journey Home
FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Andrea Keller: piano
Erik Keller & Hayley Miro Browne: photographs
Hayley Miro Browne: film
Journey Home is a collaboration between pianist/composer Andrea Keller and filmmaker Hayley Miro. They create an experience that combines music and film in mutual accompaniment.
Bringing together images of Australia and the Czech Republic in the 1970’s & 80’s (captured through the lens of Keller’s late father Erik Keller) with today.
This creative screen and sound collaboration is a tribute to each artists’ fathers, now deceased, combining music and film in mutual accompaniment. Andrea Keller’s music and Hayley Miro Browne’s visuals bring together images of Australia and the Czech Republic during the 1970s and ‘80s, captured through the lens of the pianist’s late father, Erik Keller.
Following a discovery of over 3000 photographic slides in storage almost two decades after her father’s passing, Keller – who was estranged from her father for her teenage years through to her mid-20s – went on an archival journey sorting through the many images of memorable family adventures of the 1970s and ‘80s.
Keller and Browne began their collaboration centred on the topics of childhood, family and home with the result a side-by-side interpretation with music and film creating the connection to both artist’s deceased fathers.
With a theme centred on universal sentiments of childhood, family and home, Journey Home seems particularly pertinent, given the extraordinary displacement of so many people around the world.
Includes preshow drinks and canapés
Full Price $55
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