26/06/19 With the ‘milkshaking’ news stories around the time of the European elections, I played around with how these are represented alongside me doing Salt N Pepa.
20/06/19 I played bass for about two hours while mates were milling about. Some of it was interesting.
‘The prison has become a key ingredient of our common sense… It has become so much a part of our lives that it requires a great feat of the imagination to envision life beyond it.’ – Angela Davis I Think I’m On Another World With You is about asking questions; to ourselves, to each otherContinue reading “I Think I’m On Another World With You [May 2019]”
29/03/19 I asked my friend Tia if she would help me play around with the effects and the gain on my amp with some vocals. We bickered for a bit and then got on with it. Sorry for the snapping and my posture.
cw: images/sounds/descriptions of physical (and structural) violence “I Didn’t Want to Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway is a performance/installation that seeks to challenge existing narratives of militarism and imperialism in our society, through the repetition and repurposing of different texts and media associated with the British Army.” I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid CultContinue reading “I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway [January 2019]”
‘I have never been able to relate. This is not an experience I understand’ Seven voices calling out over the noise of the world. Seven people who have run out of words to say. Seven bodies and seven brains desperately seeking to connect with something, but reaching nothing‘ Bristol performance collective A Room Full ofContinue reading “_old project_ A Room Full of People present: NOTHING”
Me and my friend Anna McComish formed A Magnolia as a way to keep making strange, intimate, poetic things together after our degree. We made three pieces of performance as well as curating an instagram of pictures and poetry, and a twitter feed, which you can also see below. 128 Alexandra Road [December 2017] ‘…perhaps the EndContinue reading “_old project_ A Magnolia”