Performance, costumes and object talismans by Hollie Miller

Live music and hand built robotic instruments by Craig Scott


Performances: San Mei Gallery, London (Live Stream 9 July 2020); House of Mass, London (Live Stream 8 Aug & Live 4 Sept 2020)

Supported by Arts Council England Emergency Response Fund


Single Channel Video, 10 Minutes 57 Seconds, HD, Colour, Sound by Craig Scott

The skin may be an organ but what if it is also our history? In fact, what if our means for
understanding our being is based in a process of shedding our ancestral skins, re-routing our body
in time and place, asking ourselves to remain ephemeral and fluid? Hollie Miller and Craig Scott’s
collaborative experimentation into sound and performance suggested such strategies. 
(Read full text by Joshua Leon below)

Materials: prosthetic eyes; latex mask with artist's own hair; latex hands and feet with artist's own hair, razor shells, wooden handles; rusted chain with great grandmother's hair and father's cowbell; grandfather's prayer stool

Costumes: snakeskin bodysuit; synthetic hair dress; gold leaf mask with chainmail veil


Camera: Sam Williams

Post Sound: Craig Scott​

Edit: Hollie Miller

© Hollie Miller 2020