Through shared action Kate Stonestreet and Joseph Morgan Schofield seek to map new dimensions within their friendship, to discover complicated terrains inhabited by queer kinship. They are
interested in notions of queer intimacy, memory, desire, trust and love beyond the binary of the erotic and platonic. They seek to gently trace the limits of their acceptance and consent, to rest
their bodies against these contours and confines.
ties (that bind) or blood is thicker than milk is an act of radical softness and love. It is anticipated the performance might at anytime be beautiful, boring, shocking, or revelatory. It will be
ambivalent, and there will be long periods of delicious or challenging anticipation.
The artists will move together, towards each other, towards image and encounter in ways that may delight or provoke or disappoint. Some desires will be satisfied, others will go unfulfilled - so