I might blow up someday utilises the productive qualities of hysteric action, which for centuries, has been considered a physio-psychological phenomenon synonymous with the dissenting, deviant woman’s body.
Hysterical performances over time have been marked by such actions as contorted posturing, repetitive and rhythmic movement, through to induced epileptic seizures. Surviving documentation of these performances bare a strong resemblance to the rhythmic, yet out-of-control, gestures and dance moves associated with punk rock culture, namely headbanging.
The show will premiere this October as part of Performance Spaces Liveworks Festival Of Experimental Art.
Hissy fit is Jade Muratore, Emily O’Connor and Nat Randall
Lighting by Toby K