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What if every time you used an electronic device, there was a transaction? What if that device kept a little piece of you? What would happen if the technology that surrounds us could talk back?

Three jukeboxes appear in Perth, containing stories of the people who live here. It could be a memory of a first kiss or a last goodbye. Something that you wish you could have said, or something that can’t be undone. All you need to do is press play.

This free event invites you to explore the space you live in, and discover secrets hiding in plain sight. Incorporating responsive design from local artists and curating stories collected from the people of Perth, this event presents an opportunity to uncover a portrait of this city.  You’ll find these jukeboxes at State Theatre Centre of WA, The Ice Cream Factory and at the home of Summer Nights, The Blue Room Theatre.

The Blue Room Theatre, midday - 10pm

The Ice Cream Factory, 5pm - 11pm

Summer Nights at State Theatre Centre, 10am -10pm

Presented by:
The Blue Room Theatre

sandpaperplane was formed in 2014 by two young local theatre makers and performers, Ben Thomas and Jackson Used. The company aims to create engaging and exciting works which push the boundaries of storytelling and form, with a focus on ideas relevant to youth, and working to develop young artists.

Venues

Various locations throughout the City

Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, 6000, WA

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