A dark photograph, of a person standing at the back of a room. The space is made of concrete with tall pillars to the side. There are small candles or lights at the base of each of these pillars casting a soft purple glow. There is a shaft of light that falls across the floor and cuts diagonally across the image. The figure at the back appears all in black, standing, with their head slightly bent forward.

hologram 10.7

Featured image is from hologram 10.7. Image by Paradax Period.

hologram 10.7 is a digital performance which mediates on ongoing collaborative research and dialogues around bodies, existings and imaginings.

We are pleased to make hologram 10.7 available to view on this page. (Please scroll down to view).

Concept, direction, choreography: Claricia Parinussa
Cinematography: Paradax Period
Sound: nymity
Performance: nussatari & Roby L E
Edit: Paradax Period & Claricia Parinussa
Dramaturgical support: Sequoia Barnes


Co-ordinator for Roby L E: Sequoia Barnes
Lighting: Paradax Period & Aisha Oyedepo
Research & production assistant: Eyve Madyise


Contributors to the space: Frankie Mulholland, George Hampton Wale, Zoë Charlery, Lucy Suggate
Witnesses: Frankie Mulholland, Isabel Barfod, Zoë Charlery

With thanks to: Beverley Hood, Daniel Hughes, Samantha Maria

In collaboration with Dr Donna McCormack, School of Humanities, University of Strathclyde, and Dr Ingrid Young, Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society, University of Edinburgh Commissioned by Capturing Chronic Illness and Transplant Imaginaries

Commissioned by Capturing Chronic Illness and Transplant Imaginaries

Supported by: Arts and Humanities Research Council; Ppilot residency curated by Nora-Swantje Almes; CCA Glasgow

This is a digital performance video by Claricia Parinussa, nymity and Paradax Period. It is both a visual and sonic work, and has no spoken text.  During the first minute, the screen will remain black.

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