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and that is what you see us by

A performance installation by Natalia Barua, Katrina McPherson and Simon Ellis.

We took photographs; a lot of photographs. We wanted to know what we were seeing, and how we were seen in these images. We struggled with questions to do with intimacy and privilege, and how our bodies — and the images of our bodies — are implicated in the construction of meaning and culture.

Initial draft: The Work Room, Glasgow. 8 March 2018.

This work was initiated by Katrina for a project called Perceptions of Memory, and was developed with the support of Creative Scotland and The Work Room.

The development of and this is what you see us by was supported by C-DaRE (Centre for Dance Research) at Coventry University.

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