"They call me a little grown up, see I am upset because I've always been stuck".
A performance study investigating the secret lives and intimate spaces of public loneliness. The work involved documenting female gendered spaces to explore a relationship between the documented, and the live. By focusing on elements of sound and light, there is nothing more than public than privacy investigates how an individual's experience within a space can be influenced (this work is performed in darkness with audience members invited to wear finger torches to trace the space and movement of the performer.
Jay Yule (2016) / Gianna Burright (2017)