Waterfall Jail, acrylic on fabric (performance backdrop)
Detail: Waterfall Jail, acrylic on fabric (performance backdrop)














I WENT TO YOUR CONCERT AND I DIDN'T FEEL ANYTHING at Locatie Z, Den Haag.














I WENT TO YOUR CONCERT AND I DIDN'T FEEL ANYTHING at Twenty One Gallery (a Focal Point venue), South-End-On-Sea, UK.
CD jacket for Fuck Feelings, mix CD produced for Twenty One Gallery



I WENT TO YOUR CONCERT AND I DIDN'T FEEL ANYTHING


June 2019 at Locatie Z, Den Haag, The Netherlands
August 2019 at Twenty One (Focal Point Gallery), South-End-On-Sea, UK


'I WENT TO YOUR CONCERT AND I DIDN'T FEEL ANYTHING' is a performance lecture about emo music from the early 2000s, told through the artists' personal history. It speaks of the eponymous emotional performativity of this white male dominated music genre with humour through bad teen drag and a final riotgrrl reclamation of voice and emotional indifference (with backup vocals from Daphne Simons).

Waterfall Jail, a painting that serves as the backdrop for the performance, is a 10x larger reproduction of a painting by the artist when she was twelve.


Further text on this work can be found here.