How to drown a Fish, is a performance that similar to Groundhog Day, a scene repeats over and over in search for the right ending. The protagonist is a teacher who is weighed down with the tension of ideals and hoops to jump through, in his search to portray meaning and the wonder of learning.
The protagonist goes back through his own learning to understand how to be resilient through a his hardest challenge of pleasing everyone. Previously a failed comedian, he engages in his love of literature to console him through his existential crisis once again. As his appearance and spirit deteriorates he is left wondering what has he has learnt from this process.
Opening performance at the Institute of Education, UCL PGCE Secondary Art and Design show.
A comedy roast of the course's tutors for the year.
His and Hers
A series of poems from 2015 looking at attachment theory between individuals. Bringing relationships down to a minimum of just pronouns for identity and looking at the product of actions and reactions. These works were exhibited as part of DISORIENTATIONS, exhibition in Mile End, London and disseminated across the London Overground. Inspired by the poetry of R.D.Laing