Rumah Sanur Partnership: Indonesia Exchange


By bringing a team of artists from of South Australia’s The Mill to Indonesia it will introduce and connect the team to a network of contemporary artists and creatives that stretches across Indonesia - from Denpasar to Bandung, Jakarta, Jogja to Pulau to Flores and beyond. Similarly the project will introduce dancer and architect Adhika Annissa (Java) to Adelaide and Australia’s arts community, providing them an opportunity to experience a creative development in the heart of South Australia’s resident artistic community.

Directors Erin Fowler and Amber Cronin and a team of The Mill associated artists, are excited to work in an immersive and unguarded manner for this collaboration. Given the collaborative and location specific nature of this project, the team will work from a clean slate in the initial stages of the project as a starting point for mutual collaboration and exploration. 

Contributing Artists: 1st Stage (Sanur, Indonesia)

  • Erin Fowler (SA) - Dance

  • Amber Cronin (SA) - Installation

  • Jian Liew (Germany) - Music

  • Dom Symes (SA) - Writing

  • Tom Borgas (SA, Portugal) - Sculpture 

  • Adhika Annissa (Indonesia) - Dance/Architecture

Contributing Artists: 2nd Stage (Adelaide, Aust)

  • Erin Fowler (SA) - Dance

  • Amber Cronin (SA) - Installation

  • Jian Liew (Germany) - Music

  • Dom Symes (SA) - Writing

  • Tom Borgas (SA, Portugal) - Sculpture 

  • Adhika Annissa (Indonesia) - Dance/Architecture


Nebula Deluxe: Mill Immersive Event

Audiences were invited to an all-inclusive music, theatre, dinner, drink and dance experience, from The Mill and The Happy Motel. Join us at a full moon for a curated arts event for the ages in the exotic rainforest environment of the Adelaide Botanic Garden’s Bicentennial Conservatory. 

Come celebrate the intricacies and mysteries of our great Universe. Peer into the unknown; familiarise yourself with the machinations of the machine, and the lilting loops of the eclipsing moon. 

All eyes are on the future - unlike World Fairs of the Past, Nebula Deluxe concentrates on puzzling problems rather than trumpeting triumphs. Our imaginations circle far beyond the fading memories of Paris, London, Chicago and St Louis. 

Come lift your spirits under the light of the blue moon in the Adelaide Botanic Garden’s Bicentennial Conservatory.

Witness groundbreaking exhibitions that venture far beyond our skies in ATLAS - an immersive cinema, soundscape experience created by 6 artists within a planetary dome.


  • The Mill

  • The Happy Motel

  • Nan & Betty

  • Young Muscle DJs

  • ATLAS Cinematic Theatre Dome

    • Aida Azin

    • Abby Howlett

    • Henry Walker

    • Naomi Keyte

    • Liam Somerville

    • Felicity Arts

    • Future Memory

  • Entropy by Peter Sheedy and AC Arts Dancers

  • Erin Fowler

  • Ben Roberts

  • Callan Fleming

  • Lochlan Maybury

  • Antoine Jelk

  • Hew Parham

  • Ashton Malcolm

  • G.A.G. Wines

  • Moon Themed Karaoke

  • Wax & Wayne’s Goodtime Bottleshop

  • Pink Moon Saloon

  • Young Henry’s

  • Tarot Readings

  • Abby Jane Howlett

  • Lighting by Chris Petridis



A 20 min video work consisting of four short videos made collaboratively by ten South Australian based visual artists, musicians, and film artists.  ATLAS is a collaborative project which facilitated the development of four short film based works which consider things beyond our skies within a planetary dome. These immersive works and soundscapes are presented inside the 180 degrees of cinema. 


  1. "Watch the Stars" (2015) Aida Azin & Abbey Howlett

  2. "Rawling Star" (2015) Henry Jock Walker, Amanda Lee Radomi & Hugh Black, Luke Hancock

  3. "Away from the Sun" (2015) Liam Somerville & Naomi Kristina, Tom Capagreco

  4. "Future Memory" (2009) Amanda Phillips & Alexander Waite Mitchell

ATLAS is a fulldome immersive cinema experience made during the 'Dome It - fulsome production workshop series' led by Amanda Phillips and Alexander Waite Mitchell of Felicity Arts. The 2015 fuldome films are co-commissioned by The Mill Adelaide and Felicity Arts thanks to Arts South Australia. All works have been made in collaboration and consultancy as part of 'Dome It' with production by Felicity Arts. 


Pantheon: Immersive Mill Event

Pantheon was an immersive performance event, publication and exhibition series. Pantheon challenged twenty-one Adelaide artists to find their own personal mythology and reflect on the universal relationship between place and story. Over two nights audiences went on a dark journey into a dream space created within the walls of The Mill Adelaide where, regardless of religious persuasion, you will experience the eternal, the personal, the real and the imagined. Consisting of 8 performances and a group exhibition Audiences were led through a labyrinth of tales of the gods, interacted with performers and witnessed dance work unravel before them. The Mill's publication offers a written realisation of these works, foreward by Jeff Khan (Performance Space AD, SYD) and written creative work by Jens Van Horne and Critical Review by Jane Howard. 

Pantheon 2014

Before philosophy became a separate discipline, the poetic images of myths and gods were the central way in which people addressed the immediate questions of life and death. They questioned and studied nature, the stars and universe, the relationship between human beings and the supernatural, as well as the rea- sons for certain customs or ways of behaviour. Myths made visible to individuals their deepest longings and imaginings and, so, offered a way in which society could understand it’s own being. 

The nature of the gods and myths of any culture are to some extent conditioned by the nature of the land in which the stories of the first tellers of their stories lived. Universally, these creations and stories may have taken the form of a living presence –such as a goddess or a god, or an animal or bird - or perhaps the moon, sun or landscapes of earth. Either way, these stories and creations were, and are, an attempt to reach for an idea that would re- veal patterns and structures in order to make sense of the world.

List of Artist Works:


  • Delana Carbone

  • 'the Gods have been lost'

  • Callan Fleming

  • ‘FURY’, performed by Margot John (solo), Alicia Harvie & Kendal Winton

  • Callan Fleming

  • ‘Atlas Drowing’

  • Lukus Robbins

  • ‘Clear Sight’

  • Ben Roberts

  • ‘Purgatory’

  • Josephine Were

  • ‘Shotgun’

Visual Arts

  • Aurelia Carbone

  • Marina Warner

  • Berkely Peabody

  • Françoise Dolto

  • Capital Waste Pictures

  • Invoking the unholy towards melancholic light

  • Multichannel video installation by Dom Sargent and Liam Somerville

  • Lucas Croall: 'Paradox: A Unified Opposition'

  • Andrew Dearman

  • The Magpie called by name. I always knew that being called ‘Woooblwobliboublouu blou’ would be a problem.

  • Peter Fong: "Secret Valley"

  • Fruszi Kenez

  • 'The Town Meeting'

  • 'Little Foxes'

  • 'Hands hands hands'

  • 'Cordelia'

  • Jens Van Horne

  • The Ideal, The Anxiety, The End: or, the pathos, of hope and perfection

  • Joel Van Moore

  • I am Trinity

  • Kaspar Schmidt- Mumm

  • Mr Tinker the thought thinker. Aka the god of  thinking til the aint nothin you aint thunk. (Green Old man ) 

  • U-Gene-e in a can. Aka the god of canned Genius: Campbell's Soup, Spaghetti Toasties, Heinz Baked Beans, etc.

  • Ms Spectacle with Spectacles. Aka the god of receiving attention purely by winking. (Without being sleazy) Pure Suave. 

  • Gary Seaman

  • Future Ancestors.

  • Maiden Voyage.

  • Joshua Searson and Mei Wong

  • Sun-Wukong/ The Palm of the Buddah

  • Jono Simmons

  • 'taste the milk'