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  • Bristol, 2012.
  • Arnolfini, Bristol, 2012.
  • Arnolfini, Bristol, 2012.
  • Image: Tim Bishop.
  • Image: Carl Newland.
  • Image: Carl Newland.

imagined scenario for a corridor

One-to-One Performance  |  2012

In the (re)living of perpetual encounters we meet here, as strangers, for the first time.

A one-to-one encounter in a dark corridor fractured by outside sounds, a voice from the darkness and flickering torchlight, revealing faltering images of imagined scenarios. imagined scenario for a corridor explores the corridor as a transitional, liminal location between spaces, facilitating various journeys, both real and imagined. Using darkness and torch light, distance and proximity, and multi-sensory modes of communication, identities and events become merged across time and space, introducing a sense of déjà vu into the live encounter between strangers.

History

imagined scenario for a corridor was first performed at Arnolfini, Bristol, UK, in February 2012, as part of BLOP (Bristol Live Open Platform). Since then it has been performed at Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF), in August 2012, at Worcester City Museum & Art Gallery, UK, in December 2012, and at Lunds konsthall in September 2015.

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  • Lunds konsthall, 2015.
  • Video: Paula Ludusan.