Installation #10 - 4 May 2017
Procijep presents scenes from a mystery tableau of archaeopsychic speleology through the chthonic in-tuning of the female. Manifesting invisible frequencies of Artemis' blush, the performance grapples with the excess of language in a voice glimpsed between two worlds. In the heat of femininencryption is a silenced condensation of psychic possession, the forest after the Bogomils.
The performance was followed by a conversation between Sophie Sleigh-Johnson and Professor Timothy Morton.
Sophie Sleigh-Johnson is an artist based in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. With a background in music, the practice involves sonic and spoken performances, and occasional broadcasts of ‘Chthonic Live’ on Resonance 104.4 FM. She is working on a PhD at Goldsmiths College called Radio Bifrons: Broadcasting From The Marsh. In 2015 she published 'Chthonic Index' in collaboration with Simon Martin and Timothy Morton.