Jaha Koo CAMPO
An unusual and darkly comedic theatre event featuring three talkative rice cookers and their owner, sharing a deeply personal story about the pressures of modern Korean society. Jaha Koo and his telerobotic rice cookers take us on a journey through the last 20 years of South Korean history, revealing the layers of damage done to the people’s psyche after 1997’s major economic crisis. Spliced with frenetic montages of a society under pressure, Cuckoo is a very rare but honest, heartfelt and dreamlike first-hand account of life in modern South Korea. Supported by
SPACE THEATRE FRI 25 OCT 7pm SAT 26 OCT 7pm DURATION 60 mins Adult $45 Conc $39 GreenRoom $30 Contains themes of suicide
“I’m still haunted by the show’s sounds and images. Food for thought indeed” Total Theatre Magazine
IMAGE | Radovan Dranga
The 2019 edition of OzAsia Festival, Adelaide’s boundary-pushing contemporary international arts festival.