Sunday, 22 October 2017

SOOTHING SUCK 2017









 SOOTHING SUCK (commissioned by MLitt Curatorial Practice as part of IN/HUMAN, a collaboration with the Hunterian.)
Many thanks to my son, husband and father for being willing participants.
Photograph's by Alan Dimmick.

IN/HUMAN: THE BODY AS RESOURCE. 11.3.2017




Saturday, 15 October 2016

GOLDEN SHOWER. New Performance. 5.11.2016

Remember Remember the 5th of November when I will make a new performance for artist Rob Kennedy's exhibition at Talbot Rice Gallery. On the hour, every hour between 12pm-5pm.

Rob Kennedy (2016) with David Teniers [II] Peasants Playing Bowls, circa 1635.


SOFT, STRONG & LONG. Collaboration with Pester & Rossi. The Suttie Arts Space. September 2016.


  











FOOTE & MOUTH. There's a Special Place... Review. APRIL 2016







https://gsaexhibitions.wordpress.com/2016/06/14/review-theres-a-special-place-in-shell-foote-mouth/

There's a Special Place in Shell 27.04.2016






There’s a Special Place in Shell…
27 April 2016, 7pm
Reid Auditorium, Reid Building, The Glasgow School of Art
There’s a Special Place in Shell… is a new performance by Foote & Mouth that explores the role of the Banshee and the Siren. By focusing on these characters, the work creates a dialogue between two folkloric female archetypes and the degradation of women through patriarchal mythologies. These themes are pursued through animation, text, song, costume, and comedy. The Banshee and the Siren glean their sense of agency from three overlapping features: voice, water, and death.
Foote & Mouth is a performative duo between Kathryn Ashill and Monica Foote. Their mutual interest in props, theatricality, and spectacle has brought them together.
Amateur dramatics, theatre flats, stage lighting, public monuments and performance are central to Ashill’s practice. Kathryn aims to pursue the theatricality in the everyday whilst sharing her observations on autobiography, people, history and site. There is a strong participatory spirit within the live performances Ashill creates. Within her practice, Monica Foote plays the role of animator, performer, and choreographer. In compartmentalising the roles of the artist, Foote’s practice effaces the notion of the homogenous individual, which is in line with her broader interest in the spiritual, cultural, and folkloric codes that people use to escape the limitations of the self.