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the moment I Saw You I Knew I Could Love You


the moment I saw you I knew I could love you is the new performance and film installation by Leslie Hill and Helen Paris made in collaboration with film-maker Andrew Kötting and artist and composer Graeme Miller. It is about instincts we feel rather than facts we know – when the body demands to be heard and tells us to fight, flee or freeze. It is about fear, impulse, love and undefended moments. The performance combines theatricality with intimacy and fuses live performance with installation and film. It is experiential, sensorial and embedded in the live moment, designed for life-raft sized groups of audience members at a time.

Supported by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award, the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Brunel University. Commissioned by Chelsea Theatre, Colchester Arts Centre and New Moves International for The National Review of Live Art 2010. Made with the support of a residency at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Hosking Houses Trust.


Date and time

2 October 2009

Please note
This is now a past event.


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