Andrew Schneider YOUARENOWHERE photo by Maria BaranovaA fluid, sensory transformation of time, space and preconceptions, YOUARENOWHERE will be presented at Arts House as part of the Melbourne Festival for a limited season from 15 October 2015.

What happens when you view yourself from the outside? How do you hold on to yourself when confronted with an exact replica? Which one is real? Which one is you? And what happens next? YOUARENOWHERE imagines the awe and discomfort of meeting oneself.

Blending physics lecture, pop culture and personal revelation, YOUARENOWHERE exposes cracks and anomalies in the cosmos, dissecting subjects from quantum mechanics and parallel universes to missed connections and AA recovery steps.

Incorporating an array of visual and aural effects, creative coding, interactive electronics and wearable sensors, YOUARENOWHERE conjures a fluid and shifting landscape of sensory overload. Battling glitchy transmissions, crackling microphones and lighting instruments that fall from the sky, Andrew Schneider transforms physical space, warps linear time and short-circuits preconceptions of what it means to be here, now.

Creating original works for theatre, video, and installation since 2003 and rooted at the intersection of performance and technology, Schneider’s work critically investigates the over-dependence on being perpetually connected in an always-on world. He creates and performs award-winning solo performance works, large-scale dance works, builds interactive electronic art works and installations, and was a Wooster Group company member (video/performer) from 2007-2014.

“Inventive… astounding… continually finds new ways to challenge and engage its viewers, to surprise and mystify us.” – New York Times

Creator: Andrew Schneider  Co-creators: Alessandra Calabi, Peter Musante, Christine Shallenberg, with Karl Franklin Allen, Daniel Jackson and Bobby McElver  Producer: Sandra Garner/Lingua Franca Arts

North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne
Season: 15 – 19 October 2015
Bookings: (03) 9322 3713 or online at:

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Image: YOUARENOWHERE – photo by Maria Baranova