Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, 2007.

12 hours

To explore the oppositions between the base and the pure, the body and the spirit, falling down and getting up.

The performance area is long and narrow. At one end there is a pool of black charcoal, at the other end hang bags of water. One end describes the arena of the animal, the other end describes the flight of the spirit. The performer is painted. Her top half is white, her bottom half is black. Markings appear over time on the floor – and on her body. The vocabulary of movements is at first precise and repetitive. Then the division between black and white is confused and disintegrates – and from that disintegration, something emerges: a spirit that is forever morphing.

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