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I Am A Camera (Inner West)

January 17-22 at 7pm
January 21, 22 at 2.15pm
Reginald Theatre
, Chippendale
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1hr 30mins
On sale Nov 9
Past Event
Event Added

William Yang

World Premiere

Photographer William Yang is renowned for his poignant work, exploring social diversity, belonging and travel. From behind the camera, he has connected with audiences around the world with his intimate photographs and observations of events and people around him.

Now Yang gets really personal. Intrigued by Facebook and the voyeurism it invites, he opens the shutter on his own life with characteristic wry humour and emotional honesty in this very engaging slideshow.

I Am A Camera sees Yang collaborating for the first time with celebrated composer Elena Kats-Chernin, whose work for live cello and percussion will drive Yang's deeply-felt narrative and remarkable images.

Produced by Performing Lines

Zip Industries applauds Australian innovation

I Am a Camera also plays at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta 



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