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NoTime Like The Present 
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The body borders, nudges and rests in the ambiguous space between appropriateness and not. The element of transgression is not a large gesture. The work relies on the everyday, the quietness of presence and a disruption of the ordinary to make their impact and fulfil its gesture. No Time Like the Present, encapsulates a form of transgression by performing in the toilets of one of Rome’s leading contemporary art spaces. As a way of cutting through the application processes, we took the liberty of performing and recording footage for inclusion in the multiscreen video work. The work explores a number of different locations and environments, taking into account the role of women’s spaces, at times used for private conversations in public spaces.

video installation

collaboration with artist Virginia Farman


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