Maybe If You Choreograph Me You’ll Feel Better
Maybe if you choreograph me you’ll feel better is an interactive performance for two audience members set between a street and a second story window.
Maybe if you choreograph me you will feel better is a relationship between one male audience member and one female performer. The audience member stares out a second story window and hears a female voice. She tells him to look out into the street. Somewhere, among the dozens of passers by, he will find a woman who will obey his every move. At the same time one female audience member lists and watches passively from an adjacent room.
Using wireless headphones, Tania creates a deceptively simple piece about gender dynamics, voyeurism and cinema.
Tania El Khoury is an artist based in London and Beirut. She creates immersive and challenging performances in which the audience is an active collaborator. Tania has performed in spaces ranging from the British Museum to a cable car and an old church once used as a military base during the Lebanese civil war. Her solo work has won awards in several international festivals. She is co-founder of Dictaphone Group, a collective using urban research and live art in order to reclaim public space. She is a Forest Fringe core artist.
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