I co-navigated the work with one participant at a time to explore how the visual field might be experienced through audio, voice, and touching. Participants were dressed with a miniature camera on their middle finger, like a glove, while I wore a camera on my forehead and was blindfolded. We discussed the images on the monitors, the live feedback loops created through our cameras and guided each other through layered narratives. We fragmented our bodies through the live moving images creating new body/story-scapes.
Assistance from Dr Coromoto Power, and Karl Inglis, and video documentation by Alex Marshall.
The Surreal House Exhibition, Erotic, Barbican Art Gallery, London (2010)
Salon du The, Shift, The Hackney Cut, London (2012)
Performance Dinner No. 7: Charming for the Revolution: A Gaga Manifesto, The Gender & Sexuality Forum and Subjectivities & Feminisms Research Group, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London (2015)