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‘A spur to the imagination’ (colinsimonandi.com/blog) A spur digs into flesh, draws a little blood, it’s just enough pain to galvanise. ∞ ∞ this is the symbol for infinity, and in Colin, Simon & I: Because We Care, the performers … Continue reading
Dear Colin and Simon, I want to thank you for your performance of “Because We Care”. Here are some of the feelings/thoughts I experienced from your work: Having experienced your piece I honestly think there is nothing much in terms … Continue reading
Because We Care fixes on the moment where friendship becomes confrontation: who is in charge, who chooses, who decides. It doesn’t provide much context. Ellis and Poole don’t explore what draws these characters together, how they make sense of their … Continue reading
‘Because we care’ they intone flatly near the beginning. They say this in direct address to us, but if they cared about the audience they would have done well to hire a director who could provide an outside eye http://londondance.com/articles/reviews/colin-simon-and-i-because-we-care/
Because We Care performance (from just to the side of the cyclorama) 9 September 2012 from Colin Simon and I on Vimeo.
Because We Care – tech rehearsal timelapse from Colin Simon and I on Vimeo.
Jackie Shemesh doing his job.
As long as a man is affected by the image of anything, he regards the thing as present, although it may not exist, nor will he regard it as past or future save in so far as its image is … Continue reading