‘An invisible thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, and circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle. But it will never break.’ -
Ancient Chinese Proverb
FABLE ARTS brings you an exciting new season in 2022 with ‘the threads that bind’, a series of projects telling human stories. Works this year represent a wide gamut of artforms and practices and come from exceptional artists based in America, Australia, England, and Europe.
The concept behind 2022’s theme explores of the duality of human connections and their implications, especially in a time of isolation. The desire to unplug at war with the need to be heard. The threads that bind moving more and more to the forefront of our minds.
The projects presented as part of our 2022 program span digital residencies showcasing research and development of works in progress, as well as completed performances of works.
The season will run from May to December with artists Sonja Schebeck, James Hazel, Sonya Holowell, Alexander Cigana, Natalia Zdorovtsova, Xenia Deviatkina-Loh, and Christine Pan, with disciplines such as poetry, prose, theatre, music, neuroscience, videography, and more.
As each curated project contributes to the whole of the 2022 season and artistic disciplines complement one another, ‘the threads that bind’ hopes to bring you reflections, ideas, music and art that will nourish your curiosity.
- Daniel Pini & Victoria Pham
To read more about the 2022 program and download your copy of the Season program, CLICK HERE.