A collaboration between Jack Lavender & Matthew de Pulford.
With works, performances and instructions from:
Catriona Clayson, Helena de Pulford, James Howard, Nicholas Mortimer, Trish Scott
With thanks to Scott King and Jeremy Deller
Come on Craig, get up / It doesn’t move at all, it’s frozen in space
Holbein, anamorphic projection. Rotation revealing the bias of fixed viewpoints.
Brexit, de-volution, nostalgia, return of empire, return of fascism?
Merry Old England. Plougman’s Lunch (fraudulent feudalism).
Distance=Miniaturisation? The return of the return, the lost return, King Kong.
Isolated in a rip in time? Time twisted by individual anxiety/ will to discipline…
Langoliers, Benjamin Button, Youth against youth. Film as narrative structure adopted by real life
👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀 The Truman show, SlaughteR House Five back and forth in time & memory, a web on which to structure/build real life.
A social/performative element to the opening would be good/ a social element marking the time as it passes?
Cooking, a hair cut, burning (und using the ash), chewing gum, rearranging the show (or taking it apart), adding or dividing the show. Aeroplane activities: Sleeping, watching movies, aircraft food. DRIED NOODLES. Food in stasis.
Structures that stand outside of time?👀👀👀👀👀👀
Out side. Outside-outsidE
.out of sight. Other side.
I have a banner that could be useful as a structure to work with it's a black and white chequered.
Memory as flawed repetition. Memory tapes. Bad simulations. Bootlegs. Bootleg emotion =>> Scott King
mirrored drawing could be nice 👍🏽 Two performers draw a giant hourglass on the floow without dropping each other’s gaze.