Salander at The Roundhouse: My public artwork opens Thursday.

lisbethSalander my  pubic artwork at The Roundhouse in Camden opens this week. The work within Salander is written by young people in care from London. Fierce.   In Salander experience the performance of reading and the sound of listening.  They have not been given a voice.  They already have a voice.  In Salander we have found a way to listen. A way to hear them.  One Door. One Torch. One Room. One audience.  Book a place.Read an interview about it. Salander is at The Word Power festival in the dead centre of The Roundhouse. You will  never have experienced  spoken word like this. My installation is housed by Simple Things organised by Fuel Theatre and placed in the heart of The Roundhouse.  It awaits you on 28th to  1st December. The experience lasts fifteen minutes. One person at a time. Become immersed   There are limited places.  Salander is named after Lisbeth Salander   from The Millenium Series.  Like the young people in this exhibition she was in care too.Screen Shot 2013-11-13 at 18.35.21

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