animus cultivates a chaotic interdependency between human and non-human: merging organic and in-organic with an affective intensity of toxicity and intimacy. In a gesture of self affection and awareness of sensation to explore new possibilities of sensory perception and body movement as dynamic and affective language. Galvanizing the materials own autonomy and subjectivity to suggest a communal body or second skin and show how affect can reshape zones of possibility for bio-political transformation.
About Hollie Miller and Craig Scott
Hollie Miller, graduate of MA Fine Art Performance at The Royal College of Art 2016, has initial conservatoire training in dance and somatic practice (2007-10). Her work has been shown nationally and internationally at Baltic 39 Gallery (Newcastle), Apulia Land Art Festival (Italy), Spiral Wacoal Arts Centre (Tokyo), Uppsala Konstmuseum (Sweden), Galeria Labirynt (Poland).
Craig Scott, graduate of BPA Jazz/ Improvisation (Guitar) at Leeds College of Music 2010, builds his own electronic and recording equipment. He has performed with ‘Craig Scott’s Lobotomy’ and ‘Shatner’s Bassoon’ at Cafe Oto (London), International Festival for Artist Innovation (UK), Copenhagen Jazz Festival (Denmark), Dutch Fretless Guitar Festival (Holland) and Trem Azul (Portugal).
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