MILK & BLOOD - review

It's No Use Crying Over Spilt Milk

Review by Nisha Ramayya for Exuent Magazine, July 2016

[…] In Milk and Blood, loss and suffering are consequences of social, political, and historical inequalities and injustices. The performance conveys the artist’s immersion within the world and his attempt to expose its structures. Positioned as spectators, the audience is invited to realise our own complicity as milk splashes our feet.  [… continue reading >]

MILK & BLOOD will next be performed at The Bluecoat, Liverpool on 28th July 2016, and the performance will be preceded by an artist talk by Franko B on 27th July.

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