Is it a hangover from the Spingboks tour? Musician Anthonie Tonnon considers the way live performance venues have changed.

A couple of years ago, I was at the merchandise desk after a show in Dunedin, when I met Dr Ian Griffin, director of the Ōtāgo Museum. We had a brief conversation and he asked me if I'd consider performing at the museum.

When I turned up at Ōtāgo Museum a couple of weeks later, Griffin introduced me to producer Oana Jones and animator Andrew Charlton and together they took me into a dome-shaped room that was 6m in diameter, with

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