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7 March 2018, 1.30 – 2.30pm, Front court at King’s College

Actions. The image of the world can be different artist Regina José Galindo will be performing  a new live work in the Front Court of King’s College.

Monument to the Invisibles
Performance at 1.30 – 2.30pm
Front Court, King’s College, Cambridge
FREE, come along
Drop in, no booking required

Please note access to Front Court to see the performance will be free of charge, but you will still need to buy a ticket to visit King’s College Chapel.

As part of Kettle’s Yard’s exhibition Actions. The image of the world can be different the artist Regina José Galindo is in residence in Cambridge. Over two days in the city Galindo has organised two performances, Hide and Seek, which takes place on 6 March in the House at Kettle’s Yard and Monument to the Invisibles for the Front Court of King’s College.

In Monument to the Invisibles, a number of elevated figures will occupy front court. The performance is not dedicated to anyone or anything in particular, but perhaps commemorates those who are forgotten and who do not have access to public voice. Monument to the Invisibles parallels recent debates, worldwide, around the ethics of public and private statuary and memorials. It prompts us to ask who and what should we commemorate in our streets and institutions.

The performance is also an act of duration for the performers, requiring their concentration, prompting a state of contemplation too. Galindo has described this performance as counter to ‘feeling small’, that experience of perhaps feeling undermined or out of place.