November 2012 

20/11/2012

Forensic theatre. Invisible College participants don protective suits, hard hats and surgical gloves. They then head off to find an artefact of interest to collect and exhibit as part of the Kilmahew Wunderkammer (cabinet of curiosities).

This costume drama was a (hopefully) fun way of dealing with the health and safety issues raised by inviting people to collect stuff from a ruined site with numerous hazards. Various views were offered as to what we looked like: painters, nuclear workers, 1990s throwback ravers, Greenpeace protesters…

Posted by Michael Gallagher.


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