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Now is the Time, performance by Eloise Fornieles

August 4, 2015 by Mary

If you were asked to close your eyes and imagine something tranquil, what is it that comes to you? Are you standing by the sea, or in a field, or a pool of dappled light in a forest clearing? Is this place remembered from your childhood, or the place you felt the fingertips of romance, or are you infused with epic landscapes from film? Or perhaps your head goes to bed and you're in-between clean cotton sheets, with a warm breeze on your bare arms and the last sunlight blinking warm through the window.
Your breathing becomes deep and slow. You begin to relax.

But you are not alone. You are only at the beginning. This is a journey which will guide you into questioning your sense of self and belonging.

Now-is-the-Time-performance-by-Eloise-Fornieles

Photo credit: Victoria Fornieles

Eloise Fornieles' performance will take place at TJ Boulting gallery on Thursday 6th of August, 7-8pm. The exhibition will continue until Saturday 8th August.
59 Riding House Street, London W1W 7EG

Anglo-Argentine artist Eloise Fornieles' work engages with the themes of loss, intimacy and the relationship between beauty and violence, using photography and video as an extension of her work in performance and installation. The artist lives and works in London.