5th – 20th November
Silent Sigh considers coexistence and the enforced social constructions that complicate relations between people. It plays out states of minds and human emotions as embodied forms to draw attention to seemingly insignificant occurrences in everyday interactions, suggesting that nonverbal moments are often the most signifying. These moments can be things like indicators of an unspoken connection or a subtle reinforcement of dominance. Approached through philosophical and feminist methodologies, the way social categorisation shapes feeling and thought is considered, with a focus on how space is socially navigated.