Lacuna uses animal symbology, three locations and the female body to convey a narrative. The first location evokes a past domestic setting reclaimed by the wild; the body appears indistinct and ethereal. In the second sequence, the location and performance suggest exploitation of the wild and the body is vulnerably present. The third sequence is the ‘situation should be’: un-violated, empowered and healed – wild.
Lacuna is about stripping away cultural, political and emotional conditioning.