Ulrike and Eamon Compliant
The work is based on the lives of Ulrike Meinhof (Red Army Faction) and Eamon Collins (Irish Republican Army). Having chosen to be Eamon or Ulrike, participants walk through the city receiving mobile phone calls. Exploring subjectivities and political obligations, the work culminates in an interview with the artists in a hidden room.
A book with a foreword by Alan Haydon, Director of the De La Warr Pavilion, featuring an essay by Richard Grayson (artist), was first published in November 2009.
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