I used a red curtain as a marker point, a bottle of milk that went from being full to being empty, a rabbit costume. I attempted to saw myself in half, spoke about wanting to be in two places at once and played a recording of my granddad talking about rabbits reproducing on a roundabout in Iceland. I got the audience to predict their future and I blew the candles off a cake.
I searched for missing pieces; I made things appear out of nowhere.
And then it happened. The unexpected. The end."
Till the End is a performance investigating life and death, things appearing and disappearing, the first breath and the last. It attempts to make something that has been made before and question what happens when appearance turns into reality. Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir received the Artsadmin BANNER award in 2016/17.
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