2019, Performance (1 h), Late at Tate, Tate Britain, London, UK
Room 1840 of Tate Britain is turned into an unconventional clock, where seconds and minutes are marked by flamenco steps and stomps. At the centre of the clock, two performers display a fluid interpretation of time, as the result of their inner life, desires and emotions.
In contact but distant, in extreme proximity but not touching, one Too Early the other Too Late. Except few moments, the hour that they display is never exact.
Hour displayed: 19:20 05/07/2019
Video documentation Part 1 (00:54 min)
Video documentation Part 2 (01:45 min)
Too Early to Love You, Too Late to Kiss You can be also described as a romantic encounter between two lovers of the same sex that, for a matter of seconds, never happened.
Commissioned by Tate and Chelsea College of Arts, London
UPOs (Unidenfied Performing Objects)
UPO (Too Early), 2019, Materials after analysis: Poly(ethenyl acetate), cellulose, acrylic polymer varnish, pigment, acrylic polymer emulsion, steel, aluminium, EVA foam, 42x34x30cm. Uncertified.
UPO (Too Late), 2019, Materials after analysis: Poly(ethenyl acetate), cellulose, acrylic polymer varnish, pigment, acrylic polymer emulsion, steel, aluminium, EVA foam, 40x20x31cm. Uncertified.
Curated by MA Curating Chelsea College of Art, coordinated by David Dibosa.
with: Connor Pelè Williams and Jack Wallace. Photography: Elena Romero Laguna, Hugo Lami.
© Luca Bosani