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.



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