The Box Lecture
A performer, a voice on cassette and a cardboard box.

The Box Lecture is a sermon on the politics of presence. In a playful act of analogue ventriloquism the performer's presence is split between a disembodied voice reciting a lecture of anthropological observation, personal anecdote and the Bhagavad Gita, and the physical act of performing a Sun Salutation. In a cardboard box.














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