It was the last day of the Fury porjecy tree and before packing it down I had to hug it. It had been a taxing process but so invigorating and thought provoking, as so many people had left a imprint on the tree, sharing their stories, binding and then adding thier energy to the vines of the tree.
Cherrelle and I ate a slap up Thai meal to celebrate. We sent Katie pictures of our food, and cyber High Fived her by text, while she choreographed in sub zero conditions for the Russian Winter Games.
And so The Fury Project get taste of what it feel like to be a concrete piece of visual art with film and stroy telling at a button from The Fury Transformation Jukebox.However, this is not the end of the project, nor the the final exhibiting and performance of the Tree. There is more to come. Watch this space.
Watch Katie P, Zena Edwards and Cherrelle Skeet talk about their experience of The Fury Project process - "Transformation", art installation that manifested in The Fury Transformation Tree, commissioned by 3FF and Kings College initiative, "Urban Dialogues"
"Recognising the anger
trying not to see red and disappear
or end up with time lost
to the Bermuda triangle of troubled,
strangulated till I black out:
the hurricane walks." Anger
is a symptom for something being very wrong. It is your body telling
you a perceived injustice has been done. It is a red flag to
wake up, be aware, stay alert. That alerting might be to watch your
back, be good to yourself, protect yourself, do not leave yourself
vulnerable: "there are trip wires everywhere".