The LIGHT BOAT:
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Pauline's work has been described as, "beautiful, fierce and radical".
There is plenty to be angry about in the world today, but what do we do with our anger and is it useful? Whilst anger can be destructive, can it also be a source of positive change?
The Unfair is a fairground filled with fun, games and a chance to let off steam for the whole family. Play a game of Angry Jenga, or write a note and Bottle It Up – The Unfair reflects on how we express our anger and asks whether change is possible.
A conversation piece set around a tea-trolley:
Small scrolls contained within each of the pots prompt conversation toward creating the Handbook for Being Human in the 21st Century...
Re-affirming the Art of Conversation...
CONVERSATIONS Between HOPE & DEATH
Anything goes in this piece designed to engage groups of people indoors and outside.
By day and by night... The conversation flows as people come together to take selfies, and speak in the Here & Now.
Perfect for conferences, foyers and stages...
LIFE BOAT - the slowest ride on earth:
A participatory installation.
The Boat has graced many festivals and numerous public spaces: rocking gently and turning slowly tens of thousands of people...
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TOURING WORK for 2017:
YORKSHIRE LIFE AQUATIC
Promenade performances, Cabaret and Participatory Projects themed on synchronised swimming: on land and in water (and all with a vintage twist) ....meet the modern Million Dollar Memaids.
What If I Told You...
Exploring boundaries and liminal spaces, What If I Told you is a show about artist and spectator; personal and collective history; gender and race, using dance, theatre, immersive performance and dialogue.
Fuelled by a concern for the body: how it moves, breathes and exists both individually and communally, What If I Told You is an investigation into the black body: both its commodification and its erasure from history. Pauline would like to share her experiences, learn about yours and draw conclusions from those experiences. Learning as performance. Together.
The unifying theme that connects these beautiful projects is the urge toward creating spaces (both indoors and outside) in which humans can connect and engage - more deeply - with self and others.