999: Alchemist Trauma Centre / Power Centre

999: Alchemist Trauma Centre / Power Centre is a “feminist meditation, poetic activist activation”, shaking the foundations of belief systems at the intersection of East and West, technological and organic in a way that has been described as “punk”.

It offers insight and humour into the struggling, chaotic global conditions of our time from a subjective perspective, by provocatively questioning our shifting foundations in this capitalist era and offering a way to be present amidst the confused but generative tension within intersectionality.

It was born in India on a residency Alexa Wilson curated, Morni Hills Performance Residency, in the Himalayas, 2017. 999 was Creative New Zealand funded to write alongside the project, and has been performed at multiple venues in Berlin, London, India's Morni Hills Performance Biennale and Performance Art Week Aotearoa in Wellington 2018.

Academy Cinemas as a one off event offers a unique opportunity to experience this performance in a Cinema. With thanks to Creative New Zealand.

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1 March; 8pm


Academy Cinemas
44 Lorne Street, CBD


70 minutes


$15 - $20


Accessible seating available
Language no problem

Content Warnings:

Adult themes, Nudity, Coarse language


Dance & Physical Theatre, Live Art, Literature & Spoken Word,

Visual Arts Performance / Performance Art