Horizon Festival 2021 | 27 AUG - 5 SEP // 27 Aug - 5 Sep 2021




Gogi Dance Collective brings you SIREN, a short pop-up performance unfolding across six of the Sunshine Coast’s breathtaking beaches during Horizon Festival.  

This 15-minute site-specific dance performance features four nationally renowned female dancers and investigates our human relationship to the environment and the need to revive and foster a connection back to nature. The combination of dance, wearable art and an original sound composition delivers an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages as they stroll along the beach. 

Gogi Dance Collective was inspired to create SIREN during the Covid-19 pandemic, when the world was forced to slow down. While people were spending more time outside and participating in wholesome activities, single use plastic consumption rapidly increased as businesses were forced to reject reusable alternatives. In response, SIREN highlights the social responsibility of plastic waste management by exploring the effect it has on marine ecosystems.  

Ultimately a story of hope for the future, SIREN is playful, powerful and poetic. 


Sun 29 Aug 
9 – 9:15am - Mudjimba Beach (Gate 124) 
12 – 12:15pm - Coolum Beach (Gate 77)  [wheelchair accessible viewing point]
4 – 4:15pm – Mooloolaba (Gate 176)   [wheelchair accessible viewing point]

Sun 5 Sep 
9 – 9:15am - Moffat Beach (Gate 273)  [wheelchair accessible viewing point]
12 – 12:15pm - Currimundi Beach (Gate 254) 
4 – 4:15pm - Cotton Tree (Gate 137)  [wheelchair accessible viewing point]

Creative Team

Co-Directors / Co-Choreographers:  Talitha Maslin & Ashleigh White 
Sculptor: Mimi Dennett 
Costume Designer: Kristie Rowe  
Sound Artist: Cr0nes 
Performers: Viviane Frehner, Alicia Min Harvie, Talitha Maslin, Ashleigh White 


Photos by Mitchell Aldridge | Video by Art-work Agency 


Gogi Dance Collective is supported by the City of Gold Coast. SIREN was initially supported by STRUT Dance. This program is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.


All ages
Venue is wheelchair accessible
This performance can be viewed from wheelchair accessible viewing platforms for several locations,