The cabaret/performance artist will perform a new work which responds to Putti’s Pudding (1989), a project and book by Cookie Mueller and Vittorio Scarpati who both died from AIDS related health problems, and David McDiarmid’s series of public text works Rainbow Aphorisms (1993-95) placed around London.
Creating a ‘beyond–verbal space,’ the performance will explore “the terrain of illness through healing, sound and ritual” to engage in the realities of body politics as they related to marginilsation and loss. The event is being described as a rare opportunity for the public to see Hoyle’s work first hand.
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