This is the end and yet the beginning of it all (background lyrical music)
3 weeks have passed by really quickly. They have been inspiring, surprising, challenging, questioning, testing, wondering, dancing and full of momentum.
The Wellcome Collection’s Reading Room overflows with treasures about science, health and illness. The division mind and body remains a real enigma and gynaecological cancers too. I realised a lot of people (men and women) were not able to place a WOMB or a CERIX on a drawing. There is a lot of work there to be done. So we’ll keep on diving, digging and trying to make sense or give body to what is scary, frightening but also ô so absurd: a disease.
What the hell it is, to have a body?
I leave you there with few of the quotes I found at the Wellcome Collection, but most of all, with Thomas Stern’s essay The Human and the Octopus >> HERE
Thank you to everyone who joined our discussions, our workshop, our work in progress showcases and who have been sharing references/books/thoughts with us!
Thank you to Hattie, Rosie, Joachim, Jennifer, Lewis, Ali, Danilo, Eva, Annie, Ruth, Karin and Guillaume; Adeola Olaitan, Thomas Stern, The Place, Arts Council England, Valerie Brown, the Wellcome Collection, TROIS C-L Luxembourg and Kinneksbond Mamer.
To the next phase!
Photo of events at the Wellcome Collection: Danilo Moroni
Currently touring The Ephemeral life of an octopus.
Dingoes in the making