Lunacy was first presented as a multi-screen film installation on Shark Island – Boowambillee in Sydney Harbour.

The film was improvised over three weeks in Australia's ancient Daintree Rainforest. Developed with the cast and crew in a collaborative environment of performance and movement workshops, while living in the remote location in Cape Tribulation.

The island setting was carefully chosen to reflect the atmosphere and spirit of the film while still providing a convenient and practical venue for the guests. Guests were brought to the island on a series of watertaxis that were frequently departing from the nearby Rose Bay wharf, 10 minutes from the Sydney CBD.

The experience involved a triptych of 5x3m LED panels constructed in sequence on the island's elevated open area. As the film was designed to be viewed in a non-linear format, it was shown in three looping chapters that could be watched in any order.

To extend and support the event, ephemera relating to the project was also created by Collider Studio. A 64 page book and A1 poster were given away to cast and crew, industry and press to provide a deeper understanding of the work and process behind the project.

The event was covered by a number of publication platforms.
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