During the exhibition, Tee will engage with the works through readings and performance. The readings will be selected from a collection of poems and novels curated with poet Jane Lewty, all of which focus on either personal, spiritual, physical or political forms of resistance. Many of the texts evoke a particular colour, either as motif or topic, to imply the ways in which colour can symbolize actions and emotions connected with resistance. At unannounced intervals throughout the day visitors are invited to recline onto the floorpieces to listen to readings, opening a dialoque between the shared physical space and and the imaginary, drawing into the exhibition environment ‘The Soul In Limbo’: an in-between state on the border between the here and the possible’.