UPCOMING
22 March – 18 May 2024 – I can fit a fist in my mouth, curated by Seán Elder, Cubitt Artists, London, UK

Readings with Emii Alrai and KP Culver

A group of people sit in a white gallery on a range of benches, chairs and the floor. The figure in the centre in a roll neck jumper and black hat reads from a book.

On 8 February I hosted a reading evening featuring readings by artists Emii Alrai and KP Culver as the first outcome for my residency at Serf in Leeds. The residency was in preparation for my solo project ‘I can fit a fist in my mouth’ opening in March at Cubitt. In line with this body of work the readings were loosely related to ideas of boundaries between bodies, moments of breakage in dialogue, and violence and nostalgia within intimacy.

Thank you to Melissa Burntown for photographs of the event. This event and residency is supported by Leeds Inspired and Cubitt.

A group of people sit in a white gallery with low lighting making the space look orange, on a range of benches, chairs and the floor. There is a person reading on their phone which illuminates their face into a pink blur.
A group of people sit in a white gallery with low lighting making the space look orange, on a range of benches, chairs and the floor. At the top of the image is a prominent wooden beam, and in the centre of the image is a table made from a beer barrel with a single bird of paradise flower and two leaves spotlit in orange light.