''A profoundly moving and provocative action performance, her journey one of endurance, discomfort, and commitment. I cannot help but think of the scorched planet, the dwindling resources, the destruction left behind after human’s extract the earth’s natural resources. a bleak memorial to human plunder or testimony to the monumental effort required to reel in the damage already done. The light towards which FK crawls might be a new dawn or an apocalyptic burning– an uncanny equivalence made between blinding light and deathly darkness. this begs the question: do we know where our actions lead?''
Deirdre Heddon, academic and writer of ‘Autobiography and Performance’, Professor of Theatre Studies at Glasgow University, on NOWHERE/NOWHERE
"(She had) a really strong presence and agency within I Could Go On Singing and that the balance of the noise music added both to the feeling of loud/darkness and intimacy and gentleness in the piece. It was felt that the execution of the work and its duration was precise and showed real attention to detail. The intent of the piece was responded to differently, with some experiences of a hyper intense personal moment, some with a communal one on one experience – and with many feeling a sense of personal catharsis from you or for themselves. The work felt well composed and compelling."
Pacitti Company on I Could Go On Singing
"When I saw this I felt it was the best thing I had seen in ages. My experience of this work was one of exhilaration and wild emotion. I found the resilience of the performance moving and thoughtful in equal measure and the audience were very much drawn to both the spectacle and the participatory experience. I think this is a great piece and it most certainly deserves to been seen by more folk."
Nic Green, Artist, on I Could Go On Singing
SUPPORT // AWARDS
Autopsy Award - 2016
Jerwood Charitable Foundation - 2015/2016
Arts Council England 2015 - Grants for The Arts
Creative Scotland 2014 - Artist Bursary