Tomorrow is Awkwardly ‘I’

I want us to do less but I want us to do it better.

I want to allow work to gestate for longer.

I want to be more present, but I don’t know how.

I want this exercise to be meaningful even if it only confirms that what we’re doing is what we should be doing.


I enjoy being alone with a half formed intention and a blank sheet of paper.

I enjoy the intimacy of planning a piece with my friend.

I enjoy the frisson of sharing that work publicly.


I’d like to make a piece that addresses public choice, responsibility and power.

I’d like to make a piece of unashamedly astonishing poetic beauty.

I’d like to make a piece that I couldn’t imagine now.


I get more pleasure baking bread.

I get more satisfaction building stuff

I get more stimulation watching a film.

I get more lost reading a book.


…..than I do from most theatre but the best theatre blows my mind.


I’ll try not to turn to the usual solutions, but…

I’ll remember that I turn to them because they’re where my process has led me which is a good thing, but…

I’ll try not to be comfortable with that.


I can live without Quarantine, Quarantine most certainly can live without me.

I can’t live without making or creating in my life.


I’ll stop when there are no more opportunities.


I confess that there is nothing altruistic in my work.


I would like us to publish: books (not websites or ‘zines’ but a ‘thing’ you can feel) that accompany work that we make, containing recipes, drawings, life stories, conversations etc.


I need to be close to home.

I need to be somewhere with open borders.

I need to be part of a community.

I’d love to be able to walk to work, the bakers, the restaurant, the bar, the book shop.


I think what we have done is █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ 

I think you should be incredibly █ █ █ █ █ 

I think I have been very █ █ █ █ █ 



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