'Call It What It Is' combines video projections, pole dancing and distorted reflections in a fun house mirror.
Made as a response to the non-consensual sharing of the nudes. (While more commonly called 'revenge porn' the title refers to calling it by the wider term Image-Based Sexual Abuse). The performance looks at the journey of healing and reoccupying a sexier versions of ourselves after abuse.
Performer, Projection Video, Editing: Kayleigh Handley
Dance Consultant: Elke Bucher
Song: 'No One Is Ever Going To Want Me' Giles Corey
Tech Assistant (Nocturnal Scratch Night): Anna Slices
This video sharing is a work in progress and any feedback is much appreciated, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The early stages of this project have been partially funded by the Creative Scots Hardship Fund.
Nocturnal Arts Scratch Night, Glasgow
Photos: Em Humble