Hardaker flirts with particular articulations of identity which oscillate between tease and resistance. Through performance and writing they layer gestures, charting a relationship to and with the body; a quivering, fleshy, warm-blooded vertebrate form. Marking relationships between materials, objects and tools they form and improvise subject positions which consider the politics of care, the occupying of space, hidden labour and precarious nowness.
...challenging, provocative/evocative, both highly personal yet accessibly universal, tangibly embodied and achingly beautiful in [their] humanness and simplicity, dealing aptly with uncomfortable contemporary issues - Alexandra Zierle and Paul Carter - Artists
Amazing and full of such kindness…I am very grateful for having seen it. Kate Kiernan - Audience Member, Dublin Fringe
startlingly intimate; a performance that all but demanded silence and attention - London City Nights Review for Radage & Hardaker