Witness

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For this performance I wanted to create layers of questions which would involve and incorporate the audience. I had setup in which the audience would be invited to come on the other side of a curtain and come into a copy room of sorts. Once in the space, the witness was taken and copies of the person were made whether part of their bodies or their clothing, or anything they would be willing to contribute. The performance created a very specific space in which I wanted to be as invisible as possible and only direct some of the traffic and allow people to interact with the technology in any way they wanted. It was very much about being able to do something you rarely get an opportunity to.

The final decision to post everyone’s copies served as a visual element as well as a comical one. This performance was mean to be enjoyable and fun, a place to live out some quirky fantasies and fetishes with copy machines.

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