In Do-Re-Me two figures negotiate a path around the spaces of Northampton, whilst wrapped around each other and within swathes of tarpaulin.

Creating a mass both intensely familiar and strange, its fragmented limbs flail and reach for movement, continually destabilising and transforming the integrity of the body’s form. The performers’ physically enmeshed actions playfully provoke shifts in relation between people, material and place without resolution.

This project was also perfromed at Nottingham Contemporary as part of neat16, a festival of Nottingham’s rich cultural programme that celebrates UNESCO City of Literature status.

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