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Upcoming Dark Corners

York's Dark Corners debut's on Friday and Saturday, 12 & 13 April 2024 as part of The York Writers Festival program. Proudly supported by Wheatbelt Arts & Events INC (WAEi). Partly based on stories researched and written by Rob Garton Smith.

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About Dark Corners

As the dusk fades, the Night-watchman leads you on a journey through history, enchanting you with tales of former residents. From his lantern, shimmering figures emerge, painting pictures on the walls with light, before dissolving into the night.   Dark Corners illuminates the past and brings the long-dead to life. The new technologies of projection-mapping and augmented reality enhance the oldest of art forms; the ghost story. The team works with archives, architecture, local historians, and first nations consultants, to create beautiful and terrifying experiences of historic horrors that haunt us still.      


See a video below from Kwinana's Dark Corners, filmed at Smirk's Cottage, Kwinana’s heritage precinct.

See photos below from Mandurah's Dark Corners which was commissioned by City of Mandurah and presented on the 14 & 15 of October as part of the Mandurah Arts Festival 2022.

Dark Corners Video

Dark Corners Gallery

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