A performance installation about the experience of being a woman living with HIV in Northern Ireland today.
Viewed from the street, WHoLE takes the ideas of ‘hole’ and ‘wholeness’ as metaphors for transmission and transformation. What histories, secrets, stigma, information, art or joy might slip through a small hole and be transformed at the other side? What makes us whole, if the whole of who we are isn’t acceptable?
This project aims at challenging our thinking around HIV and AIDS, and tackle the stigma still faced by women living with HIV.
Led by Director Alyson Campbell, text by Lachlan Philpott. Produced by wreckedAllprods and TheatreofplucK for Outburst Queer Arts Festival 2016.