Performance as Publishing

— Beatrice Gibson


Beatrice Gibson’s film Agatha is a psychosexual sci-fi about a planet without speech, based on a dream recorded by the radical British composer Cornelius Cardew. Gibson’s live narration, ambiguous in gender and function, weaves us slowly through a mental and physical landscape, observing and chronicling a space beyond words.

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Beatrice Gibson, Agatha, 2012 Beatrice Gibson, Agatha, 2012