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  Bobby Baker 02 November 2004  
Bobby Baker image courtesy of Andrew Whittuck
Performance artist Bobby Baker will be telling us How To Live

Following her own experiences with Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (a type of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy), the food-obsessed performer will be launching her own absurdist therapy on the world through the medium of frozen peas. 

How To Live features a live demonstration - an 'open session' with one of Bobby's many patients; a frozen pea diagnosed with personality disorder - demonstrating the efficacy of the treatment. Watch the pea unfreeze as it learns new skills to cope with its problems and develop 'a life worth living.'  

How To Live premieres at the Barbican Theatre on  Friday 05 and Saturday 06 November 2004, 7.45pm.

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