Ideal Space for a performance (#1 to #6)
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK
Each of the six sculptures is a composite installation for the wall linked to a short script. Striving for a circular equivalence between objects and words, the sculptures are assembled live as if they are paragraphs of the very same performed script.
The story of the flying fly - Spoken Sculpture #1 (in 2 ACTS and 1 FINALE)
Hand-dyed fabric, wood frame, plastic, bronze, aluminium, spoken words.
Privilege is a condition that resists 3 generations - Spoken Sculpture #2 (in a single ACT); Hand-printed fabric, oil paint, wood, bronze, spoken words, 2018
The violent origin of imitation - Spoken Sculpture #6 (in 5 ACTS)
Bronze, iron, feathers, spoken words.
Quoting - Spoken Sculpture #5 (a monologue)
Bronze, plaster, fabric, spoken words.
The narrator - Spoken Sculpture #3 (3 simultaneous events producing 2 possible stories); Brass, canvas, wood, acrylic paint, spoken words.
The bee and the tiger - Spoken Sculpture #4 (in 3 ACTS repeated twice 6 years apart); Fabric of variable dimensions, spoken words.