What remains and is to come.
Intimate and quietly compelling, what remains and is to come invites audiences into the upcloseness of shifting relations between bodies, breath, paper and charcoal. Inspired by the question of how to treat materials as equals and not as tools for our desires, the performers’ bodies exist as both human and material presences. Time slows down as the audience moves freely through the space, catching intimate glimpses of increasing relations between materials. The audience becomes witness to a systematic and visceral accumulation of relational processes: processes that are generative of haunting images evoking the enduringness of human work, of living, and of dying. what remains and is to come operates at an intersection of choreography, performance and visual arts.
Katrina Brown is an inter-disciplinary choreographer working with and between performance, drawing and digital practices. She is currently transposing drawing scores into choreographic (durational) events in public spaces, approaching drawing as activity between bodies, materials, forces and surfaces. She is part-time senior lecturer and research artist at Falmouth University, Cornwall.