Crossing
Tuesday 13–Sunday 18 June
Free (except for the Launceston performance)
Pilgrim Uniting Church
Performance
Tuesday 13 June, 7pm
Installation
Wednesday 14–Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Former Union Chapel
Installation
Wednesday 14–Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Performance
Wednesday 14 June, 7pm
Uniting Church
Installation
Thursday 15–Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Performance
Thursday 15 June, 7pm
Uniting Church
Installation
Friday 16–Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Performance
Friday 16 June, 7pm
Former Presbyterian Church
Installation
Saturday 17 + Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Performance
Saturday 17 June, 7pm
Scots-Memorial Uniting Church
Installation
Sunday 18 June, 5.30–9pm
Performance
Sunday 18 June, 7pm
House of Vnholy
Danielle de Picciotto
Alexander Hacke
Miles Brown

Take a 200km pilgrimage along the Midland Highway, stopping off at wayside churches between Launceston and Hobart to worship at altars of sound, light and olfactory art. The journey begins in Launceston with an evening of instrumental mystery from Danielle de Picciotto and Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten). Then, from one night to the next, Miles Brown leads a progressive pipe organ and theremin performance, lighting up each church along the way. Refreshments provided for true believers.

This project has been assisted by the Australian government through the Department of Communication and the Arts’ Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund
Danielle
de Picciotto
+
Alexander
Hacke
+
Miles
Brown
Tuesday 13 June, 7pm
$39 + booking fee
Pilgrim Uniting Church, Launceston

An evening of hypnotic instrumental music in celebration of Crossing. (You can also catch Alexander in Hobart as part of Einstürzende Neubauten.)

Miles
Brown
Wednesday 14–Sunday 18 June
Free
Churches along the Midland Highway

A theremin pilgrimage along the Midland Highway, calling in at select churches along the way as part of Crossing.