“Love is a dangerous Thing”
THE MEDEA PROJECT
Pieced together from fragments of memory, three women recount their shared tragedy.
A multi disciplined performance piece redefining the story of Medea and using filmed interviews of local women, in all walks of life, to create a modern “Greek” chorus.
Performed by Kristina Benton, Sally McLean and Hannah Gott
Directed by Perri Cummings
The Medea Project
Wed - Sat
Bookings: The Medea Project
16 breaths per minute
Rachael Wenona Guy
28 Sep to 29th Nov
The EC Window
“I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.” Sylvia Plath
In considering what spirituality means to me I keep coming back to the immutable truth of our visceral bodies and the sustaining force of breath.
I choose to cast the same face in two different expressions in order to create a sense of uniformity and convergence. Despite our illusions of singularity we all share the air between us. Breaths, like invisible strands of mycelium weave us together - it is the shared medium that sustains our fragile and sacred personhood. Itenables life to proliferate. Each breath is as singular and generic as our form itself. Here lies the scared – in the remarkable replication of unremarkable.
Until we can “… glimpse ourselves exactly in that vibrant, seamless web of interconnectedness, we are living in a kind of madness…” Susan Murphy
The EC Window at Edinburgh Castle // 681 Sydney Road Brunswick
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