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My voice belongs to you (2010)

My voice belongs to you draws on a series of reconfigured hypnosis scripts to propose a silent, persistent voice. It utters itself into being, without a body. There is a suggestion of the experience of speech in trance. The work borrows from auto-hypnosis models, in which a text may be recorded and rehearsed at home.

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My voice belongs to you (2010), 4 min 28 sec, DV, black and white, silent. It was presented as a large scale projection for the Moving Image South screening, HMV Curzon cinema, 2010, and as a monitor-based work in the group exhibition Catching'Drifting at SW1 Gallery, London, 2011.

 
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