When I was then I liked revolutions I liked to eat I liked to eat I liked to (2010)

Photos by Catarina de Oliveira

color pencil on paper, 29 x 21 cm

color pencil on paper, 29 x 21 cm

When I was then I liked revolutions, I lived to eat I liked to eat I liked to, 2010, in Sala Bebé, Lisboa.

This work is a two channel piece: the video loops continuously, while the audio is set to play only when someone steps into the room (people who arrived while others were already in the room, were asked to wait until the track finished.)

VOICES

EDWARD CLIVE

TOON FIBBE

SERENA LEE

OLIVER REES

CATARINA OLIVEIRA

AND

ERIC BENTLEY (FOLKWAYS RECORDS ‘EXCEPTION AND THE RULE’ AUDIO REENACTMET, 1965)

MUSIC

EXCERPT ‘CORO DA PRIMAVERA’ WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY ZECA AFONSO, 1971

AND

STEFAN WOLPE (FOLKWAYS RECORDS ‘EXCEPTION AND THE RULE’ AUDIO REENACTMENT, 1965)

SCRIPT

AN ASSEMBLAGE OF EXTRACTS FROM ‘THE EXCEPTION AND THE RULE’, ‘THE MEASURES TAKEN’  BOTH BY BERTOLT BRECHT,

‘A TALE OF TWO CITIES’ BY CHARLES DICKENS AND A TEXT WRITTEN BY ME

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