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Sandra is normal. She is not unusual or weird. Sandra is in a relationship. She believes that her world is secure and unshakeable and safe. But she is starting to become irritated, little things are beginning to bother her. No one seems to hear a word she says. Sandra is slowly disappearing and no one is noticing.

SAVED - short documentation (7 mins)

A durational performance and film installation, performed in gallery spaces and other sites, and documented live on the Internet during performances at Cambridge Darkroom Gallery.

Performances lasted between 2 and 5 hours. Rachael moved around the walls of the room, erasing her tracks from the floor covering of two tonnes of Epsom Salts. As she travelled she narrated the diary entries that charted the lifespan of a relationship from first meeting to separation, told from the point of view of someone who now rarely leaves their flat.

Performed by Rachael Walton

Devised, Designed and Directed by
Alexander Kelly & Rachael Walton

Pinhole photographs by Kate Boddington
Video Performer Alex Cockburn
Cinematography by Robert Hardy
Editing by Christopher Hall
Tour technical support by David Mitchell

With special thanks to Tim Hall

Commissioned by the British Festival of Visual Theatre/BAC, the National Review of Live Art and Performulate/Cambridge Darkroom Gallery. Funded by Yorkshire & Humberside Arts & Sheffield City Council.

Also presented at the Bonington Gallery as part of eXpo 1998, at Site Gallery, Sheffield, and the BBI Festival, Switzerland.

There's lots more information about making and touring Third Angel projects 2008-2017 on our original blog, and 2017-2023 on the blog on this site.