Developed in 2020/2021

To be presented in 2022 at The Substation. Tickets and more info here.

Led by Mish Grigor, this new work examines class and social mobility, scrutinising the performance of class; and how signifiers of wealth and poverty are complicated by lives lived online. Drawing on Grigor’s wry sense of humour and utilising short-form ‘acts’, Class Act proposes a new social structure in which the much-detested and occasionally adored figure of the bogan reigns supreme over us all.

Image Bryony Jackson

APHIDS acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Boon wurrung peoples on whose lands we live and work. Sovereignty was never ceded and we pay our respect to past, present, and future Aboriginal elders and community, and to their long and rich history of artmaking on this Country.