Dawson (performer and creator) has given physicality to the safe space of female imagination, allowing an arena much sought after and yet often denied in the real world.
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Slow Tongue is a powerful collection, using language and design in an innovative way to create a new space for emerging voices. The title evokes the image of languid sexuality, a theme which pervades the collection, described by ripe fruit, “licking”, “sucking” and breathing heat. Douglass uses abstract imagery coupled with tangible language to beautifully … Continue reading Slow Tongue by Olivia Douglass