Cleaning guru Marie Kondo writes in her book that “when we really delve into the reasons for why we can’t let something go, there are only two: an attachment to the past or a fear for the future.” New entryways point to forwards and farewells. In order to grow anew we must shed what no longer serves us: our identity defined as much by what we let go as what we inherit. We were not born to be stuck.
Join Vanessa Crofskey and helpers in a series of action-based performances devised in response to Gus Fisher Gallery’s latest exhibition on migration, borders and identity 'The Shouting Valley: Interrogating the Borders Between Us'.
Through an anonymous process of submission and action, you are invited to transform the names of worn locations and lovers into actions that carry invisible outcomes.
What do you wish to release or hold?
What choices do you carry?
Bring yourself and your memories as we explore our relationship to ourselves and others.
FREE EVENT at Gus Fisher Gallery.
Audience participation welcomed but not essential.
Part of Artweek in the City Centre.