Exposure is the beginning of an investigation into how we look, how we are looked at and if we can ever really be seen. This intimate one to one performance is a tender and tentative look into autobiography, asking how fully we can reveal ourselves to ourselves, to another, with another.
"Jo's work is expertly edited; it is both a joy and a treasure to be given a moment which you may feel is unique to you It is awkward, charming, comforting and true. Words are not needed by the end and this work is certainly very special. To fully know one's self may be impossible, but Bannon gives us a chance to explore that possibility."
Jo Bannon is a Bristol (UK) based artist making live art and performance. She has presented work in the UK and Europe and is an In Between Time associate artist and founder member of Residence.
Exposure was made with the support of Rules and Regs and South Hill Park. Further development is supported by Bristol Ferment, Dartington Hall Trust, The Basement, Residence, Royal West of England Academy, Arnolfini, & BAC. Funded by Arts Council England.
Out of the Blue Drill Hall (View)
36 Dalmeny Street
Edinburgh EH6 8RG
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