by Sabrina Fuller
Stereo sound recording 7’ 45” (2020). Six women’s voices come together to describe an early morning sea-swim, Situationism, the physics of tides, the history of feminism and the motion of waves. With thanks to Anne O’Driscoll, Eleanor Sherwood, Evie O’Driscoll, Mary Moss, Rosie O’Driscoll, Sally Hobbs.
Sabrina Fuller is interested in how groups and individuals respond and react to society’s expectations: how objectification and exclusion from mainstream society can give license to chart other ways of being, and how a classification as Other allows a freedom to develop the language of difference and form unlikely alliances. She works with still and moving image, voice, sound and the written word and is committed to working collectively, participatively and collaboratively.