(re)collecting (f)ears documents a series of site-specific performances by selina bonelli, which took place at fallen Sound Mirrors along the southeast coast of England in the summer of 2019.
How can we affectively listen to the echoes of our past fears and uncover what these monuments might hear in the present, in order to acknowledge our fears of the future?
This riso printed book contains artistic responses to bonelli's work by Rubiane Maia, Benjamin Sebastian, Helen Davison, Olivia Furber, Daniella Valz Gen, Madeleine Hodge, Joseph Morgan Schofield and BEAN, with further texts by selina bonelli and images by Ana Escobar and Andrea Abbatangelo.
Performance Space, 2019
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