Time and space thicken as perspective twists in this transformative movement installation piece.
Maria Popova is a freelance dance artist with a background in Fine Art, and her movement installation piece Page 127: seeks to transform the temporal space.
A body embedded in an abstracted sculptural surrounding, consumed by crisp white paper that is neither falling nor rising, time stands still. The shifting space is thickened with its own consistency; its own productive agency becomes the performer, an interplay between reality and imagination unfolds the work itself.
Sculptural form is ever-evolving whilst questions of femininity and the body as an object of desire are provoked in this performance, challenging the way we experience our own corporeality. The audience is free to move around the space. Page 127: is an invitation to experience an alternative perspective, a shattering new way of seeing a world that is both transient and fixed; in its perpetual state of becoming.
There will be two performances of Page 127: on 12 May – 1300 and 1600. Tickets are free