Mitch & Parry mostly look at each other in their performances. They employ their bodies to explore notions of intimacy, desire and exchange, and are often referred to as "the boys who spit on each other". Besides their ongoing exploration of the possibilities of human saliva as a material for creating dialogue and making performance, their collaboration has also brought them to explore their relationship and personal histories - and in turn the queer body, anger, violence and the imperfect.
For Duckie the boys have performed durational staged actions and created participatory performances which have included a plate smashing Anger Management Olympics and a Chocolatier where punters have their nipples teased and cast in Amazonian chocolate. This time around the duo return to the body, its liquids and modes of transference, to think about how we connect and how long it takes to...
See www.mitchmaker.com and owengparry.blogspot.com