Honey Hat is a performance to camera set in a derelict and occupied former shop in Lime House, East London. The busy streets and relentless traffic noise which surround the site figure as the recognizable world of useful goods and profitable activities. Away from the public eye and separated by a faded facade is the derelict space, in which everything is muted and slow. Over time this space has become a sphere of sensation, imagination and gestation. The constant sounds of the first do invade the latter, but the values of the one do not apply in this other. Here is a room in which food is not eaten and time has no hours. Instead, a woman practices the redistribution of things.
|Publication status||Published - 7 Nov 2014|
|Event||other - Light Moves Festival of Screendance, Limerick, Ireland, 7 Nov 2014|
Duration: 7 Nov 2014 → …