Branch Nebula’s unique street-style choreography has wowed audiences around Australia and the world, from Whyalla to Wagga Wagga (Helpmann-winning Snake Sessions), Sydney Festival to Santiago (Concrete & Bone Sessions), from skateparks to the Sydney Opera House, Helsinki to Hong Kong.
A skatepark drops into the middle of the city’s central plaza… right in front of the performing arts centre. With ramps launching bikes high into the air and bodies in motion drawing lines and impossible arcs, BMXers, skaters, dancers and parkourists pierce the space leaving visual traces in their wake.
With freakish skills and the danger level amped up, the speed of wheels vs. the vulnerability of bodies on foot, DEMO is tightly choreographed within a compact set up of portable ramps.
Now Branch Nebula brings their unique choreography to you – a full length version to go on stage in a medium to large theatre, or a half hour version for standing or seated audiences in the plaza out front, or in other open flat public spaces that can be transformed by the installation of ramps.
We are seeking development partners for DEMO, for 2019-20.
Highlights form Branch Nebula street-style shows
Harley Stumm for more information or if you are interested to come on board this project