This is the end, beautiful friend, the end of things ceasing to be.
Engaging with different states of decomposition, of everything that stands, this performance installation embraces endings with all their possibilities.
The End is a durational performance that invites the audience to observe the performer (Isabella Oberländer) up close or at a distance, for the duration of the piece or just for a moment.
This is a collaborative work with visual artist Breda Lynch. The accompanying music score is a re-imaginining of The Doors song The End by Marja Gaynor.
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