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Tempting Failure 2018 brings an eclectic selection of performance art and noise art from some of the most exciting artists around the world.

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Natalie Wearden - SELKIE SKIN

  • Matthews Yard: Gallery 1 Matthews Yard Croydon, England, CR0 1FF United Kingdom (map)
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Felt (1) 

A kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool or another suitable textile accompanied by the application of moisture or heat, which causes the constituent fibres to mat together to create a smooth surface.  - Oxford English Dictionaries (2018)

Something about the sea. 

                                                                        A general muddle of yearning and un-belonging. 
Heading north.

A selkie is a seal creature found from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, through the Faroes and up to the high arctic of the Nordic countries. The selkie sheds their skin on land to appear in a human likeness. Only by means of the skin may they return to the water.

About Natalie Wearden

Natalie Wearden is a performance and visual artist based between Helsinki and London. They are interested in queer intimacies and ways of being okay alone. A millennial quest for transcendence in an age of self-obsession. Natalie has shown both collaborative and solo works extensively across the UK and Finland, as well as internationally, including at The Royal Academy in London.

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Earlier Event: July 12
Erika Bülle - Scars live stream
Later Event: July 13
Dale Cornish