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Centre Pompidou, November 2019

'Plague Doctor' was a site specific performance for a group exhibition in the Pompidou Centre curated by Kathryn Weir. The work was a densely clustered root system which hung overhead, made from a combination of organic and inorganic materials which was unfurled during a performance. Here, histories of the Parisian catacombs were woven through a story about a visit to the Louvre and an explanation of the security infrastructure surrounding the mouth of the Eurotunnel in calais.