Gloriya Avgust’s multidisciplinary practice explores the interplay between the social, physical and sensible spaces that inhabit us. Borrowing language from daily encounters – from content found online to everyday social interactions – she seeks to engage personal experiences that are fundamental facets of our selfhood. Her writing often pours over into other mediums in the forms of drawings, objects and performances, multiplying into myriad reflective surfaces in which we might recognize ourselves and our place in the world.
Loose ends hiding in the kitchen drawers
Loose ends hiding in kitchen drawers is a performance which guides the audience into a non-linear narration that unfolds a self, situated in the crevice between the pressing body of memory and a yearning that continuously flexes its course.
(Duration: 15 min)
Accompanying sound composed by Ezra Babski.