by Kerith Manderson-Galvin

A durational performance work by Kerith Manderson-Galvin

Fresh and a little crumpled from Dark Mofo’s Blacklist, PONY embarks on a new course- a one hour long race in an elevator to nowhere. “I kept thinking, oh my god. I’m just a little girl in a pony suit.”

PONY is ripped off her own work of plagiarism “Being Dead (Don Quixote)” (Midsumma, Melba Spiegeltent 2015, Summer Nights Fringe World PICA) in collaboration with pony-head maker Tobias Manderson-Galvin and composer Jules Pascoe.

PONY is a work of commitment to the failures and fireworks of femininity. Stay for the race or walk on by 8pm-9pm, the elevator in Siteworks for MKA’s Hot Hot Hot Festival.

**PONY is also a chance for Kerith Manderson-Galvin to live her primary school friend’s life long dream of growing up to be a horse.

Live Human Performer



Hot!Hot!Hot! Festival, 2016
The Elevator Shaft,
SiteWorks, Brunswick (Melbourne, Australia)