The performance lasts approximately one hour and forty minutes. There will be no interval.
A site-specific work in the Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, WITHOUT HISTORY is performed en promenade. The action happens throughout the Museum, and there is usually more than one focal point at any one time. The spectators walk around, watching and listening to whatever they wish.
- Attendants: Colin Pinks, Mark Sparrow
- Guides: Geoff Broad, Iain Coleman, Sakura Nishimura
- Investigators: Steve Adams, Tim Waterfield
- Lecturer: Brandon High
- Video artist: Pete Arnold
Directed by: Richard Spaul, Bella Stewart
Technical director: Pete Arnold
Texts used in the performance:
- Being Dead by Jim Crace
- The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells
- Hiroshima by Jim Hersey
- The History of Tasmania by John West
- An original text based on The Daily Life of Kawther Salam – used with the kind permission of Kawther Salam – and photographs found at http://www.palestinemonitor.org/gallery and http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/eyetoeye