with Roberto Nicchitta

Frustrated by mythical representations of Land Art – implying distant regions, displacement, and irreconcilable inaccessibility – fragments of London’s topology – a site of perpetual urban development – are relocated and reconfigured. Two performers explore the nature of this site, approaching its edges and minutia sensorially, using embodied and sonorous improvisational structures as a point of departure. Durational and intermittent, movement, sound and sculptural forms settle and morph; a modulating, psychogeographic plane unfolds and collapses over time in transit through space.

erformed at London Topophobia