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Intimate Encounter: How to Have a 3-Minute Shower

Museum of Water

Fremantle Arts Centre, Sat 17 Feb & Sat 3 Mar, 11am – 3pm
(every 30 mins)

Hop into your swimmers and get to the bottom of one particular sustainability bugbear – the domestic shower. Learn how to save the planet and come out smelling as fresh as an environmentally-aware daisy in three minutes.

This is a live artwork inviting you to participate in the act of having a shower as artist Jen Jamieson takes you through the intricacies of her daily routine.

For groups of four at a time. Friends and families welcome.
BYO towel and swimmers.

Sessions run: 11am, 11.30am, 12pm, 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm, 2.30pm

Free, registrations required, please complete registration form below.

Our Partners at Water Corporation have worked with WA artists to create a shower song you can play at home to be more water wise.  To listen visit Shower Song

How to Have a 3 Minute Shower is part of a series of events celebrating Museum of Water, an exhibition of publicly donated water and accompanying stories exhibited at Fremantle Arts Centre 7 Feb – 23 March 2018.

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Image: Jen Jamieson 

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About the Artist

Jen Jamieson (WA)
Jen Jamieson is a performance artist aiming to blur audience and artist. She is a registered art therapist and a member of Perth Playback Theatre. Jen’s live artworks include: the booth; We Will Build Our Own Mountain with Mish Grigor for Now Right Now!; How to Have a 3 minute Shower Proximity Festival 2012, Let’s Make Love Proximity Festival 2014 and 2017. She has worked with pvi collective, La Pocha Nostra, Martin Coutts, Molly Tipping and recently Amy Sharrocks’ Museum of Water.

Registration: How to Have a 3-Minute Shower