In this production I played the role of the Bug Bride. A chosen sacrifice amongst the bug colony that worships the almighty Brain Bug. This was a performance that complimented Marvin-Gaye Chetwynd's exhibition, and under Marvin's watchful eye, be worked collaboratively to bring her vision to life.
Here is a description of her exhibition from the Nottingham Contemporary's website:
"For this, her first solo exhibition at a public gallery in Britain, Chetwynd presents a selection of recent works around two largescale performative sculptures – a tent-sized Brainbug, leader of a bug colony in Starship Troopers (1997), which is accompanied by a sequence of scaled-down dioramas of film sets, and the grinning Catbus from the 1988 Japanese animated film My Neighbour Totoro. This converts into a video lounge visitors can enter and use."