Pit of the water’s tongue  Gravel V

Part of the Telegraph Hill Festival 2023

Join us on Saturday 18th,  March 6-8pm, at hARTslane  for another evening of live performance art, featuring 8 acts


Niamh Hannaford

Claudia Ramirez

Ruby Reding

Aimée Lyon

Rachel Lonsdale and Max Melvin

Shuyi Gao

Chloe Kelly

Michal Adamczewski and Sarah-Athina Nahas


This one is a special edition event that speaks to the theme of nature and the ecosystem

Curated by: Rachel Lonsdale, Max Melvin and Sarah Athina Nahas

Guest curator: Siin Lee

Tickets are £4

Pit of the waters tongue is about the dissolving boundaries between all life on earth. It centres on the idea written by Daisy Hildyard in her book The Second Body that “To be an animal is to be in possession of a physical body, a body which can eat, drink and sleep; it is also to be embedded within a worldwide network of ecosystems”. This idea of tapping into the intangible presents an art form which is its own document and has parallels with the ecosystem.

Find out more about Gravel


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