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Photo: Bob Raymond
Ryan: In the description (of the piece the Museum wrote) ‘Amanda Coogan presents’, the last sentence said that you chose the colour red because it represents the strength and will of the human spirit. I read that the first night and towards the end when you were covering yourself or blanketing yourself with this red I read it as, ‘Ok she’s really at her end now.’ It was like reminding yourself of that, you were blanketing yourself with that strength and will that you had described. For me all the emotion was strictly in the slow movement because it was so accessible to so many different times and different ways to different people.
I’m shaking my head out, to get back to real life and knock the vertigo out of me. I’m spitting and vibing, I know I’m scary for the general Museum audience but I’m beyond caring. All of a sudden Tyler tells me its 45 minutes to go and would I like to walk back to the front stairs and finish there.
Liz: Just thinking of you signing the word ‘deliver’, Antonio (Teresa Margolles’ performer), when he was watching you we all heard him repeating ‘tempo, tempo, tempo’ – time, time, time. He just couldn’t stop saying that word looking at you. He was with you, time was passing. I don’t know what he was thinking but he was repeating that, he had an intense day...this weekend was very intense for him.