This on-going collaborative project explores the expressive potentialities of women’s bodies through intimacy, touch and collective reclaiming. Promoting an emotional landscape of bravery in response to restrictive normative attitudes to the sensual and visceral body, 'Slug Horizons' enquires into the marginalised affection, sexuality, power and energies within the intimate bodies of women. Using the work as a metaphor for non monogamy, they pull on the absurd management of their relationship. A continuous physical and psychological negotiation unfolds to transverse complex relational terrain.
Our practice is rooted in movement prioritising the queer lesbian experience, the sensual as a way of communicating complexity of intimacy. We are interested in blurring the private world of relationships and how they extend into public spheres to create politically charged spaces for vulnerability as protest against normative oppression.