"LIMBO" by Michèle Lamy Brings Unapologetic Female Sensuality to the Big Screen
Taking over London’s iconic Piccadilly lights, Berlin, Melbourne and Tokyo.
I’ve always believed artists are very generous people. If you think about it, they let us see their minds, their souls, without expecting anything in return. They open themselves up to the public and express their vulnerability to spark a thought or an idea in us, which sometimes becomes a huge and unprecedented creative revolution.
Multi-hyphen creative Michèle Lamy explored this notion with the big city life as her stage. Through the most transformative form of art, performance, Lamy partnered with The Cultural Institute of Radical Contemporary Art (CIRCA) to deliver a vigorous screening inspired by her restless quest for emotional and spiritual connection.
Directed by Amanda Demme and Mollie Mills, “LIMBO” by Michèle Lamy offered an un-retouched and delicate exploration of female independence, love, and vulnerability. Throughout November at 20:22 local time, Lamy was broadcasted lying on her stomach, leaning on a bed in silence, practicing the art of disclosure through a poetic and universal stare. Her persuasive practice took over London’s iconic Piccadilly Lights, Berlin, Melbourne, and Tokyo, arising unexpected emotions in citizens across the globe.
In case you missed it, take a look at the powerful performance below.
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