The corrosive effects of time redefine everything against our will

2013


The corrosive effects of time redefine everything against our will is a backwards choreography of people, spaces, ideas and things. It starts at the end, it unhappens by way of John Rawls, Radio 6 and Morris dancing, and then it begins. Sculptures are dismantled, words are unwritten and dances are undone.

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Performed at Michaelis Theatre, University of Roehampton. Choreography and Performance by Hamish MacPherson Supported by Simon Ellis, Alexandrina Hemsley and Mike Toon.






Zu vier Händen 
with Kimberley Harvey. Part of The Space In Between.
6 September, Southbank Centre, London

We Took Photographs with Simon Ellis and Paul Hughes
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