Destination: Antarctica. This land has never known war, it belongs to no nation, and is home to no tribe or indigenous human race. Antarctica is owned by no one and all of us at the same time. Until 2041, when the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 expires.
In 2018, Inch travelled to Antarctica. She returned to civilisation and tries to make sense of her journey. A portion of a life lives on Antarctica is very different from person to person: a scientist’s lifelong project, a baron’s insta-worthy extreme tour, a babysitter’s assignment with hazard pay, a 30 year old squat funded by a not-so-dormant world power. Join Inch on her journey to record the sounds of the subzero desert, and meet the many quirky characters that cause her to question the habits of her kind.
‘Til The End Of The World, We’ll Meet Again In No Man’s Land is a multi-sensory performance inspired by Inch’s recent expedition to Antarctica. Presented with binaural technology and featuring Inch’s first full-length script and original songs, it examines the human condition and the space between passive optimism and hopeless analysis that comes with facing climate change.