HOME IS WHERE I WANT TO BE
Waterstones Piccadilly Performance for peach with Grayson Perry.
Images of buildings, windows and net curtains disolve into one another to the soundtrack of a Talking Heads song, This must be the place.
The repetition of windows with no point of entrance, bricked up or blocked with nets and reflections expose defended human spaces; the viewer is kept outside but a human vulnerability and yearning for home is expressed in the song. Bittersweet, these defences expose our weakness, our vulnerability our longing.