White Trash

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White Trash is a dirty ballet of reality. It was created with and performed by seven young white working-class men from Manchester. They played pool and the audience watched. Out of the banality of their game and their conversations and relationships emerged a sense of who these young men were. This ordinariness was interrupted by bursts of music and dance. White Trash took no moral position: it simply presented a group of individuals for who they are, showing all their sides, beautiful and ugly. White Trash belongs to a series of projects made by Quarantine that explore the lives of people who – at least on the surface - are tied together as a group.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationManchester
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2004


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