This lecture performance introduces the audience to the fastest way to encounter doubt and paralysis which is also the most effective way to open unexpected possibilities in our reality or to stay curious about
One on one performance
For this performance I use a TV monitor with life input (the close up of a spectators head). The viewer is asked to describe a specific element of my life performance.
This work plays with the concept and the embodiment of the feeling of relief.
Searching for a liberating, cathartic experience, I invite viewers to share with me the saddest stories they know.
The mix of rational actions and irrational impulses breaks our conception of logical reality and places us in front of an open-ended reality where we see the character as a correlation of his outer and his inner worlds.