The performative aspect of the British artist's practice in the form of
scores, transcriptions, and photographs (limited box set edition).
The box set publication No more racing in circles – Just pacing
within lines of a rectangle is Tris Vonna-Michell's reflection on
the impact of performing several narrations during a concentrated timespan
over a number of years.
The package contains forty-four sheets printed on a Heidelberg offset
press, while the accompanying colophon introduces each sheet in the box
set; together they represent the performative aspect of Vonna-Michell's
practice in the form of score and transcription. No more racing in circles – Just pacing within lines of a rectangle
addresses several time markers in Vonna-Michell's practice as well as the
durational aspect of writing and performing.
Limited edition of 200 copies.
British artist Tris Vonna-Michell (born 1982 in Southend-on-Sea, England, lives and works in London and Berlin) is a memory traveler who runs through the past and present. In his works, images, sound, light, and the most ordinary objects become the material of a totally individual experience where reality and fiction merge, and journey, memories, and invention coexist.
Tris Vonna-Michell is the co-founder, with Diana Kaur, of Mount Analogue.