[[even a stopped clock is right twice a day]] is a collaborative multi-screen audio-visual work exploring the synchronisation of the artists’ experiences of everyday life through rituals and routines, such as walking, using social media, and selfcare.
The audience is invited into the work by solving the problem of how to best view both screens at once. The impossible task creates an opportunity to question why we feel the desire to take the work in as a whole and to check for synchronisation. This compulsive, sense-making process is one we’ve had to prioritise with the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
You can see and hear it here, and in person at the Grand Magazine, Fort Amherst, Chatham.Rate this