The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Tat­suo Miya­jima’s dig­i­tal works shed light on the big is­sues of life, death and time. For the 59year-old Ja­panese artist, time is no sim­ple tool of mea­sure­ment; it is far more, too, than an ab­stract con­cept. Time forms the ba­sis of his prac­tice. It is his life’s work. It may be, in fact, an ob­ses­sion. Miya­jima stops short of con­ced­ing as much, be­fore rolling a shirt cuff to re­veal a 24-hour watch on his wrist. The sin­gle-handed in­stru­ment op­er­ates in two-hourly in­cre­ments. Time seems to stand still. “This way, I never Re­nais­sance-in­spired mu­sic by com­poser Mary Fin­sterer (pic­tured) and is di­rected by Jan­ice Muller. With ac­tor Mitchell Bu­tel as Car­dano. Car­riage­works, 245 Wil­son Street, Eveleigh. Jan­uary 7, 7.30pm.Tick­ets: From $77. Book­ings: 1300 856 876. Un­til Jan­uary 13. Club Swiz­zle Cre­ated by Brett Hay­lock, this cabaret show fea­tures the Swiz­zle Boys, house band Mikey and the Night­caps and

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