e-flux, July 19, 2013:
A piece for one voice and a piano, FIEND essentially imbricates two performances into one. Utilizing the stage of the National Theatre as an archaic structure of uttering truths by means of pathos and illusion . . .
Simultaneously unfolding on stage, John Tilbury will add to, interfere with and oppose the artist’s reading . . .
Imbricating, the performer simultaneously unfolds. Then she utilizes her unfoldedness by uttering its pathetic truth: