Watching a Strange Theatre, in collaboration with Karolina Mikeskova, Installation, CCTV camera, Livestream onto iPhone, Deptford X, London, 2017.
 

Video and sculpture installation transferring some of the features of the remarkable place of the Old Tidemill Garden – a unique, collaboratively run community space in Deptford – into the vitrine-like gallery space of Deptford X. Live streaming from the Old Tidemill Garden gives the chance to see its active life in real-time, giving the ability to observe while staying unnoticed. The images are screened throughout the night when the nocturnal wildlife comes into its own.


However, due to planned local development, the existence of the garden has been endangered and Deptford's wildlife haven has turned from a stage for natural processes like bloom and harvest, death and rebirth, into a scene of another existential drama about the garden‘s uncertain future.

PROJECTS

Watching a Strange Theatre

There is too much space in this house

Temporary Relationships - performance for an unknown actor

How Did You Get Into My House: Group Performance

THE BREAK

Courtesy Begins At Home

Bramer Mansion

In the Garden 

CURATORIAL/PARTICIPATION

A Fluid Haze: thought-forms from Ferrara Residency

Dark But Happy Place: Sulo, Zigova

Watching a Strange Theatre: Old Tidemill Garden

Not-writings

A Room Of One's Own 1

A Room Of One's Own 2

Why Don't  You Go And Play With Your Brother?

X-APARTMENTS

CHAIN GAMES

Bibione

THE HOSPITALITY 

Czech & Slovak Stories Season

BIO

ABOUT

 

 

 

sixtyseven collective

Ferrara Residency

KRAKORA