Upon entering, Wild Life Take Away Station has been going on for four hours. Two performers - Diego Agulló and Ria Higler, a young man and an old woman - stroll through the Central Museum's project studio like drowsy zombies. They are pale and muscle-naked, apart from their weird slippers and wigs. The two lie sprawled across the couch, trudging around, having a drink, dropping or crawling against each other. Vacuous acts, performed with smug faces. Wild Life Take Away Station is...
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