In a post-apocalyptic future, the world is unrecognisable.

Strung up and gutted; a rotting carcass of the paradise once known. The warning signs were all there, but we chose to ignore them. We turned the volume up to mute the cries. We turned a blind eye. Now it’s eternal darkness, where mistakes and memories linger. 

Enter the world of de-generator. Part installation, part dance. You share this world with our storytellers, who find themselves alone, destitute and desperate to find meaning in their own post-apocalyptic nightmares. Hunting through their personal histories and stories, they battle to find solace in a world stripped of everything they had once appreciated, loved and desired.

De-generator asks audiences to activate their fear – of the future, the unknown, the end – and consider their accountability to the disintegration.

“Phluxus2 Dance Collective feeds on a primal fear of the future by creating a cyberpunk world of ecological decay. 4 OUT OF 5 STARS” – Z Frost The Guardian

Choreography: Nerida Matthaei
Performed by: Alexander Baden Bryce and Amelia Stokes
Costume and Set Design: Lisa Fa’alafi
Lighting Design: Keith Clarke
Sound Design:  Andrew Milz