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Sympoiesis interview: Michelle St Anne on ‘The Seeping Woman’


Ira Ferris


A focus on gestures both human and digital.

Ira Ferris from Eastside Radio 89.7FM in conversation with the Artistic Director of The Living Room Theatre, Michelle St Anne, about her latest work THE SEEPING WOMAN.

The LIVING ROOM THEATRE has been in existence for more than 20 years and is known for giving voice to the unspoken and unseen. They create works that are non-linear and composed through movement, light, sound, and atmosphere – rather than the rigidity of the given language.

In making the Living Room Theatre works, Michelle St Anne often reaches out to collaborators who come from diverse art disciplines. This time – for The Seeping Woman – she is collaborating with digital artist LINDA DEMENT, dancer ANCA FRANKENHAEUSER, and musicians MARY RAPP & NIKI JOHNSON.

The Seeping Woman is described as a site-specific work that focuses on gestures both human and digital held within the seepage of fluids, fabric and observations.

This conversation was originally aired on Eastside Radio 89.7FM on 1 April 2024.