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Monday, 13 March 2017


"Let's Talk about Vivienne"

A walk , by the Walking with the Waste Land group at the Turner Contemporary.  

Saturday March 11th.




A Photo Diary, creating new encounters.




Jill Rock

at
Turner Contemporary

Invoking Vivienne,
 through the Sybil

Epigraph,
The Waste Land
Eliot's Ghost women








Keith Grossmith

at
Harbour Wall

Sophie (after JMWT)







'




Elspeth Penfold

at
Margate
Information Centre

Sonia Overall's
The Art of Walking

contained, linear
(Method)















                                                                           

 















Judy Dermott

at

View point
'Lido'

'Lido becomes
Burnt Norton'

Emily Hale, but now Let's Talk about Vivienne.





'

Elspeth Penfold

at
Walpole Bay Shelter.

Reads:

T.S. Eliot , famous clairvoyant.
Tim Dean

Eliot's demeaning portrayals of his ghost women.







Judy Dermott

at
Walpole Bay Hotel
(wonderful tea and scones).

Reads:

'Tom and Vivienne's
letters from Margate.'








Julia Riddiough

at

Walpole Bay Hotel.

Reads:

'The Vivienne Haigh-Wood Headlines'























Judy Dermott    

at

Tom Thumb

looking towards
the old site of the
 Albermore Hotel

Reads: 'Poor wretched clever child.'







Richard Turney

in the gardens

reads:
'Death of a Duchess'

An image of Vivienne. She sits at her dressing table, hairbrush motionless in her hand, bare arms fixed, waiting for a question from Tom...

And if I said ‘I love you’ should we breathe?








Keith Grossmith

reads his poem:

Near, bright stars.














Richard Turney

A Game of Chess

 lines added to
and edited from
 the Waste Land
at Vivienne's behest.




















Judy Dermott

at

The Old Kent Market

reads: 'The Eliot's go to the Cinema'.








and










A screening

of

Sally Waterman's

'In the Cage".














Wrapping up!

With many thanks to Jennifer Deakin for photography and to the members of the Walking with the Waste Land group for their hard work and support.

For details of readings and performances:http://www.elspeth-billie-penfold.com/let-s-talk-about-vivienne-readings-flyers-and-some-images

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