Six Minutes

28 October 2017
ROAR (Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance) Residency, Rotherham, UK

Six Minutes explored the experience of a child adapting to life between two households after the breakdown of a relationship.  The work explores a six-minute journey between two parents' houses. Two ropes were placed in the space running from wall to wall to guide the work and an alarm, set to go off every six minutes, was placed inside a suitcase. With eyes closed, the suitcase was dragged from one wall to the other over six minutes. This action was repeated back and forth for a duration of six hours.