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The Depths you’ll go to   Series: The unconscious and live art

The Depths you’ll go to - photo

2010

The National Museum of Coal Mining for England, Yorkshire, March 2010

A site specific and personal performance explores memories and triggers from the past.

The use of coal as a material in my performances acts as an analogy for buried or unconscious thoughts; coal being a fossil means that it is really just a compressed memory from the past. Bathing in milk and sharing a memory and a chocolate with the audience, create an intimate experience enhanced by the dark tunnels at 140 metres below ground level.

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