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Cassils’ work Inextinguishable Fire speaks to the radical unrepresentability of certain forms of trauma and violence. How can we enact empathy when our own situation is so removed from the atrocities of torture and war? Inextinguishable Fire articulates the space where this overlap occurs. This performance for the camera feature Cassils engaged in a treacherous fire stunt. The final […]


  • November 12, 2015

Promotional photography by Manuel Vason, for Hussein Chalayan’s ‘Gravity Fatigue’. Sadlers Wells, London: 2015  


  • October 28, 2015

Fuel – The Spalding Suite (2015) Presented and produced by Fuel. Conceived by Inua Ellams Directed by Benji Reid Co-commissioned by Southbank Centre and Contact. A new physical theatre show inspired by the UK’s basketball sub-culture. ‘When we were young, we worshipped stars. gleaming long-limbed gods framed in the act of impossible flight, For a time we tried to […]


  • August 18, 2015

Promotional photography by Manuel Vason for the ‘Have Your Circumstances Changed?’ by Lu Kemp. Artangel, London: 2015


  • May 18, 2015

Vibrant Matter/ La Métachorie is inspired from the work of a female French artist of the early 20th century, Valentine de Saint Point. It is a solo piece made, as homage for her contributions in the arts that still remain largely unnoticed. Vibrant Matter/ The Métachorie is a dialogue between Valentine de Saint Point and […]


  • November 22, 2014