Nearly Nearlyis a culmination of 3 years living between countries. Inspired by Anne Carson’s chapter “Distances” in Autobiography of Red, McClellan’s new work is a meditation on isolation and relationship. The piece considers imagined and real distances—exploring the effects of them on her mind and body. Nearly engages with the world’s present human blueprint: 2 meters apart, don’t come any closer. In a hungry attempt to foster connection with the earth and others, the performance premieres outside in Brixton and is broadcasted over Instagram live on April 15th at 4pm.
@kinected_connected @kinected_connectedis a joint instagram account with friend, colleague, and accountability partner, Rebecca Fitton. The purpose of the account is for McClellan and Fitton to have a space to continue sharing their lives in a way that supports their movement practices while living in separate countries.
Queer Enough Queer Enoughis a collection of photo graphic narratives in collaboration with queer individuals who feel they are discriminated against or do not fit in with some queer communities based on outdated expectations of queerness. It is a space to celebrate individuality and to feature voices of those who feel underrepresented.