Caleb (Cal) Rixon is a queer, young stroke survivor with invisible disabilities carrying his own thoughts about feeling obscure and obscuring oneself from society.
Naturally he’s curious when the opportunity arises to meet the members of Matt Hsu’s “Obscure Orchestra”.
He candidly chats with Matt and other orchestra members to uncover what “being obscure” means to them, how it influences their artistic journeys - individually and collectively, plus how they’ve created a safe, inclusive, artistic space to take ownership of their obscurity.
👀 BEHIND THE SCENES
WATCH ON ABC iVIEW: https://iview.abc.net.au/video/AC2112H037S00