The Hidden Stones (That Break All Hearts)

Nick Kilby (UK)

Thu 30 Oct 2014, Fri 31 Oct 2014, Sat 01 Nov 2014

Police Station

Photo by Michael Mitchinson

A collapsing star, a black hole, was created, from which only a god could escape, or an idea. Not even light can escape from a black hole. The event horizon marks the limit of human science, not human imagination… things began to melt. Things began to scream. – Grant Morrison

The hidden stones (that break all hearts) is a durational, inclusive performance installation; the primary intent being to invoke a zone of pure and unrefined, democratised communication. A pathological working method is fused to occult praxis building towards a feverish, saturated mise-en-scène that rests on the energies of the Festival body as a whole.

Nick Kilby is a performance artist and writer based in the North of England. Since graduating in 2009 from Leeds Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Performance Practice, he has performed solo and collaborative works throughout the UK and Europe with groups such as YOTP, NPA and Trans/Human. Nick’s current performance concerns rest upon the emancipation and democratisation of the spectator through inclusive action based work.

An ANAK Production

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