A new book, The San Quentin Project, addresses this. It features a largely unseen archive of daily life inside one of America’s oldest and largest prisons. Here, we chat to the book’s author Nigel Poor about why the archive proved to be the perfect “bridge for conversation”
The theatre company started in the Calais “Jungle” and is about to embark on an 8,000km travelling production titled The Walk, all the while supporting artists to say “whatever they have to say, and in whatever way they need to say it”.
Part of a string of epic stage designs by creative directors Tawbox, the set was lined with newspaper clippings referring to drill as a “catalyst for violence,” and smeared with the colours of the Ghanaian flag.