The Radical Potential of Listening | frieze

"Both Oretha’s and Tayyeb’s contributions to the Cellular programme attest to a widespread sense of disorientation in a new reality where the need for alternative, accessible spaces to experience potent live and time-based art feels urgent. In examining intimate gestures and simple actions – walking, breathing – Oretha and Tayyeb suggest that we begin with the body, the breath and the mobilizing effect and radical potential of active listening." – Kareem Reid