How can we share an experience without using words? What is it like to feel the push and pull of presence and hiding?
Tai and Archie chat honestly about what role identity plays in Archie’s practice and how they are interested in expressing that identity in a non-visual way. They discuss the beautiful and sometimes frustrating ‘slipperiness’ of language and how cultivating the agency and capacity to connect with an audience can be a truly energising and grounding experience.
Links, more episodes, and information about A World of One’s Own, at taisnaith.com/podcast
Audio production: Bec Fary
In this episode, we also heard an untitled piece of music by Archie Barry, with audio production by Sean Lowry. Thanks to Archie for supplying the audio.