Dave Court - Lollipop Land

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Duration

6 hr

Dates & times

Little Theatre at RCC:

Braggs Theatre Foyer at RCC:

1 Venue

Braggs Theatre Foyer at RCC

The University of Adelaide, North Tce, Adelaide, SA, 5005

Easy access via Victoria Drive, Gate 9

Little Theatre at RCC

The University of Adelaide, North Tce, Adelaide, SA, 5005

Easy access via Victoria Drive, Gate 9

Content warnings

G

Family Friendly:

Yes

Performance accessibility

  • Relaxed Performance
    Each Thursday performance
  • Tactile Tours
    All performances
  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language

About this event

Multi-disciplinary artist, and Fringe visionary, Dave Court further etches his name into RCC folklore with his reality-bending aesthetic and material experimental piece, Lollipop Land. Lollipop Land is a vibrant, juicy, handmade explosion filled with textures, ideas and self-doubt -- a colourful blur between painting, sculpture, video and photography that paddles out into the blurry zone of digital, physical, real or make believe.

Please note: This event has had a space change to Braggs Theatre Foyer since being printed in the Adelaide Fringe Guide.

Presented by:
Dave Court

Dave Court is a multi-disciplinary artist working in areas of painting, design and installation.
Current work includes large scale mural painting, event activation, venue design and creation of immersive installations.
After graduating with Visual Arts honours specialising in painting in 2013, Dave was involved with award winning immersive art project Mr IST. Other major projects from here include running ethical clothing brand foolsandtrolls, retail store / art space Created Range and working as creative director of Yewth Magazine, as well as ongoing freelance work and art practice.
Dave’s practice is based around painting, and has expanded to include experimental aspects of photography, video, performance, installation and collaboration.

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