DaDaFest: itchy and prickly painful by Tabitha Moses
Venue: Tate Liverpool
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
A performed making by Tabitha Moses. A limb-form is pierced by innumerable entomological pins which track and form the spread of psoriasis. Each pin prick is a locus of pain but it is also a venting; a liberation of buried trauma.
itchy and prickly painful is part of a body of work which considers the skin as a threshold between psychological pain and its physical manifestation. The title is taken from an interview with a psoriasis sufferer.
Tabitha Moses makes art about people’s lives, most recently her own. She won Liverpool Art Prize 2013 with work based on her experience of infertility and IVF.
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