Hiding in Plain Sight is a new full-length work by acclaimed NSW choreographer Narelle Benjamin. It comprises two solos performed in the same space with separate but overlapping timelines; each performer (Kristina Chan and Sara Black) subliminally present in the other’s solo until they overlap centre stage. Inspired by the evocative photographs of American Francesca Woodman and the philosophical writings of the Romanian Mircea Eliade, Hiding in Plain Sight reverberates with notions of identity, displacement, loss, and mortality. Presented by Carriageworks and Performance Space.

Image: Heidrun Löhr