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Performance Research Journal: Upcoming Autumn 2021

An illustrated conversation between artist Neville Gabie and curator Jeni Walwin looking at the development and legacy of ‘Collective Breath’ commissioned for the 2014 WOMAD festival in Charlton Park, Wiltshire.

Stephen Cripps

1. Collecting breath, WOMAD festival 2014
2. Releasing the collected breath, Mace Head Research Station, Galway, Ireland
3. Collective Breath, installation view, Pier Arts Centre, Orkney
4. Collecting breath, WOMAD, Experiments in Black and White on rear screen,
All images copyright Neville Gabie