Carrion, carrion brings together the far corners of Laura Dee Milnes' diverse artistic practices in this, her first solo exhibition, creating conversations between sculpture, performance, text and sound. Framed in the domestic setting of 38b, the installation will draw upon physical manifestations of grief and an exploration of the taboo physical reality of the human body, post mortem; the body as matter, material and object.
Closing event: Sunday 10 July 5-6pm
With a conversation between Laura Dee Milnes and Holly Slingsby, followed by a final performance.
Opening event: Friday 8 July 2016 7-9pm
At 8pm, a ritual recounting of a collaborative sound piece by Phil Swan and Laura Dee Milnes >>> and vodka