Chewing The Inside of a Mouth+What They Asked Me to Write on a Whiteboard, Part of Conemporary Exorcism at The Whitstable Biennial
This is a live score.
This is speculative.
This is a mirror.
This is extremely professional.
This is unprofessionalism.
This is not a pop song.
This is a hotline.
This is bad singing.
This is a dialogue.
This is a collective voice.
This is a night of performing.amasque.
This is a choir.
This is not a meeting.
This is an intervention.
This is a chance to meet.
This is a seduction.
What’s that sound?
Is that contemporary exorcism?
This is an invitation from Open School East Associates 2018.
What They Once Asked Me to Write at Work. Performed alongside The Chewing of the inside of a mouth,
Chewing on the Inside of a Mouth - Moving Image, 7 minutes, 2018 (This had live dialogue being preformed alongside)
Chewing on the Inside of a Mouth - Moving Image, 7 minutes , 2018
Slow Dancing Lesson - in collaboration with Jo Frater