Adrin Neatrour – Rhyming God

Rhyming God sets the riddle of God: God dead? God alive? What God? God What? Juxtaposing the trials of Job with the insights of Zarathustra, it poses a psychic question about human responsibility in the anthropocene age. Job poses a moral question of God; Zarathustra a moral question to humankind.

About the artist

Adrin Neatrour is a filmmaker/ performance artist who has specialised in rendering into theatrical form writers such as Kafka and Dostoevsky.

Peter Mortimer writes: “… only a pair of step ladders as a prop Neatrour twists himself into all manner of metaphysical situation, the stylized movement at times reminiscent of silent movies.”


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August 15 @ 11:00
11:00 — 12:00 (1h)

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