Performing Memory – Dionea Rocha Watt considers the Staging of Loss

In the run-up to the next Onion Discussion on PERFORMING MEMORY, Dionea Rocha Watt considers the Staging of Loss and Memory in a short article on Joseph Beniot Suvee’s painting of Dibutade and the meeting of tears and language in St Augustine’s mourning of the loss of his mother: DRW_PERFORMING MEMORY

Dionea Rocha Watt_Vanitas II

Dionea is currently a final year PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art researching the relationship between loss, absence and materiality in contemporary artistic practice. Find out more about here research here. You can also read an paper by Dionea on The Presence of Writing and the Absence of Things.

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