Mr Sterile Assembly – Hamilton Fringe Festival 2011

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Art danger BOOM! 2011 was the biggest fringe festival ever and offered a smorgasbord of roving entertainment including theatre, poetry, exhibitions, film, music and one or two things that don’t quite fit any of the usual categories. Mr Sterile Assembly was definitely the latter.

A melange of social critique of New Zealand’s security agencies, art works, theatre performance and punk rock, Mr Sterile Assembly appears here in one of Hamilton’s pop up art spaces in the Riverbank mall, on Victoria Street. Performing on the same day as a rugby world cup match the streets were eerily empty, which made sounds coming out of that space take on a life of their own.

RESEARCHER

David Cook
David Cook

Researcher
Wintec

I come from a background of professional studio and museum photography. My personal work involves long-term social documentary projects, resulting in publications and exhibitions.

'Lake of Coal: the Disappearance of a Mining Township' was a finalist in the 2007 Montana NZ Book Awards.