Reassembled, Slightly Askew

(photo credit: Richard Lavery/Tickle Here)

Reassembled, Slightly Askew (formerly known as Recovery) is a mind-blowing, autobiographical, audio-based artwork that immerses the audience in my experience of descending into coma from a rare brain infection, brain surgeries, and my subsequent rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury. Audiences experience Reassembled… via headphones, while on hospital beds wearing eyemasks. You can find documentation of its development since 2010 here, as well as audience feedback, photos and information about the creative and biomedical team.

Visit the show’s official website for information about booking Reassembled…. for arts venues, festivals, conferences, or medical training.

Awards for Reassembled… include:

2017 SummerWorks Performance Festival (Toronto) Contra Guys Award for New Performance Text

2017 Elliot Hayes Award for Dramaturgy, Special Mention (Hanna Slattne)

2016 Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year Award (Arts)–Shannon Yee

2016 Dublin Fringe Festival Nominee: Judges’ Choice, Best Design (Paul Stapleton), First Fortnight

2015 Hospital Club Theatre & Performance Award

To preview Reassembled…, put on a pair of headphones, close your eyes, and play the sample below:

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Research and development has been made possible by support from the Wellcome Trust, Arts & Disability Award Ireland scheme (funded by Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaion and administered by the Arts & Disability Forum), the Metropolitan Arts Centre’s HATCH program and the Sonic Arts Research Centre at Queens University, Belfast.

Support for the 2015 NI tour outside Belfast has been made possible by the Arts Council NI Small Grants Program to the Cedar Foundation.

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2 thoughts on “Reassembled, Slightly Askew

  1. Hi there, I have quite a personal response to this piece of work and would like to explain in more detail/ask you a couple of questions if that is OK? Of course I don’t want to write everything here as a comment so I’d really appreciate it if you could email me if you are happy to talk further. Thanks!

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