three movements for a room (1-3)
site specific installation/film and stills |1998 


three movements for a room was an installation/performance conducted in a derelict building in leicester, england in 1999. each of the movements can be said to have a dominant theme or mode but this was developed only out of improvised gestures within the space. at some point a decision was made to utilize and/or make contact with all physical material in the space. movement 1 consists of the separation and distribution of all material across the floor area. in movement 2 the same debris is moved to the periphery of the room through a process of stacking or propping against the walls. movement 3 consists of all materials being randomly distributed by throwing, kicking and scattering. only audio footage of this movement exists. the building was destroyed in 2000. 

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