The Museum of Living Art
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About the Event
POME is excited to launch The Museum of Living Art! The night aims to showcase multiple performance art disciplines with a focus on sensual and erotic art delivered through burlesque, dance and cultural art forms, photography and multimedia, by artists of all genders and identifications.
The performers: Introducing the daughter of the moon, Evana De Lune. This self-proclaimed lizard queen was created for the sheer purpose of your viewing pleasure. As a former classically trained dancer, her fetishes for the finer things in life thrusted her towards the rhinestoned art of burlesque. Evana is here to remind you of your deepest desires and bring completeness to your cravings. This glameleon will show you how naturally she can shed her clothes, as if it were her own skin.
After stints in Byron Bay, Berlin and her bedroom, Alikeen Killer is thrilled to be back on stage and what better stage than MOLA?! Alikeen is an alluring entertainer, a queer Queen whose performances are both enticing and animated. She draws from experience to create her intimate pieces; from comedy to striptease, heartache to sex, you'll be right there with her every step of the way. In between performances we have Bebe paying tribute to the Great Ladies of Jazz. Eden Bebe is a 20-something Melbourne based performer returning to the stage and inviting you to take a stroll down memory lane, back to basics, of the music that influences the sounds of today. Drawing inspiration from songstresses such as Mae West, Billie Holiday and Etta James, Bebe brings a modern edge as she pays tribute to the original creators of that throwback sound.
Bebe transports you through the inner workings of her mind setting the tone with her smokey-velvet vocals and Rat Pack style.
Image credit: Alexis Desaulniers-Lea Photography