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Prospect recommends: Nic Green

By Michael Coveney  

Nic Green is a Glasgow-based performance artist whose naked dance and sexual politics triptych, Trilogy, an acclaimed sensation at the Edinburgh fringe last summer, is revived as a winter non-warmer at the BAC in Battersea, and as part of the Barbican’s Bite10 programme.

Green divides her three-hour staging into an allegedly non-exploitative skin show, as 50 nude women express their relationships with their own bodies. There’s a recreation of the 1971 New York Town Bloody Hall debate in which…

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