Spoken word, live sound improvisation, and digital landscaping blend together in this solo performance to explore a new world, taking the audience on a journey of discovery and memory.
This work is a non linear science fiction exploration of a world of contradictions and mistakes. How can a half human, half digital body exist in a world seemingly not built for them? How can this lonely figure reconcile with their past? How can we find joy, and dance through the contradictions of everyday life? This performance examines capitalism, environmental destruction, queer futures, memory and embodied trauma.
Expect movement, messiness, reflections and rewirings
Cerys Salkeld Green is an interdisciplinary live artist. Recently graduating with a First Class honours degree from the Experimental Art and Performance course at Central School of Speech and Drama, their work focusses on the ideas of queer futurity, trash, memory, misplacements, satire and silliness. They work with moving image, writing, sculpture, costume and sound and these forms often combine into their live performance work.
Cast & Creative Team Cerys Salkeld Green, Artistic director and Performer
Miel Celeste, Technical and production