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For 'Island of Slow', Lize Pede explores the sound and shape of cellophane plastic. She is intrigued by the question: how can we experience empathy for a non-living, material object? 'Island of Slow' can be described as a surreal, visual performance. The performative element is not created by the presence of an actor or dancer but by the movement, sound and liveliness of the plastic. How can an all-consuming experience be created by manipulating the plastic through space? Picture: Mario Leko

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