The act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any listeners.
Soliloquy 2019 was a multi-artform visual project for young people/emerging artists aged 18-25. The project combined digital art, sound, projection, literary narrative and spoken word into an immersive festival experience.
Premiering at Junction Arts Festival in 2019, Soliloquy consisted of three interconnected five minute acts. Each act of a recorded spoken narrative combined with a high quality mapped digital projection of video, stills, sounds and colours. Facilitating the project was renowned Victorian projection company, Video Architecture who specialise in using digital technology to re-imagine public spaces through drawing, photography, painting,movement, light and sound.
Soliloquy 2019 was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts.
Ben Barwick Jim Coad
Claire Farrell Kitty Taylor
Clara Martin Nathan Tucker
professional development for young artists
Eight young Tasmanian artists participated in Soliloquy receiving:
Professional and creative development,
Creative exchange across multiple art forms,
Arts business mentorship,
Paid opportunity, and
A professionally produced quality artistic end-product.