A magical journey through light and time!

Superluminal, presented at the South Australian Museum, is an enchanting experience designed to ignite children's curiosity. A theatrical installation full of Patch’s renowned interactive light play, Superluminal investigates nature’s extraordinary creatures, systems and beauty, and how time shapes them.

Superluminal blends bold visual design, collaborative storytelling and interactive play to create an engaging interactive installation. Guided by performers, children are invited to explore light, time and the wonders of nature, fostering a sense of magical connection and belonging in the world. 

Currently in-development

Key information for school sessions
Years: Kindergarten–3
Pricing: Standard $16 per student / Equity* $11 per student
Duration: 40 minutes
Sessions commence every 20 minutes between 10am and 1.20pm
26 students per session

1–4 Jul (Term 2, week 10) | Preschools only
23 Jul – 9 Aug (Term 3, weeks 1–3) | All South Australian schools & preschools

*Equity pricing available to IoED­­­ schools categories 1–4 and preschools Category Ranking 1

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ages 4–8
Interactive Installation
40 minutes
Show Warning Lighting effects, including flashing lights (no strobe)

Upcoming Dates

Unfortunately there are no upcoming dates.
South Australian School Performances
South Australian Museum (preschools only) Book
South Australian Museum Book


Geoff Cobham Creator
Zoë Barry Creator
Michelle 'Maddog' Delaney Creator
Jimmy Dodd Creator
Luku Creator
Bianka Kennedy Creator


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