A woman sits alone in her house.
She lives with constant pain. Pain so intense she can hear it and see it. Pain with no apparent cause.
Remembering a past relationship, she wonders if she can ever communicate how she experiences the world in a way that someone else will truly understand.
Conceived and directed by Rachel Bagshaw, written by Chris Thorpe and produced by China Plate, Where I Go (When I Can’t Be Where I Am) is a powerful and intimate insight into the isolation of living with a rare, synaesthetic chronic pain condition.
Presented by Rachel Bagshaw and China Plate.
Supported by Arts Council England and BBC Arts.
Commissioned as part of BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine
Supported by the UK/Australia Season Patrons Board, the British Council and the Australian Government as part of the UK/Australia Season.