premiered in October 2007 as part of Chicago Artists Month, curated by the Performance-Art Society, and appeared in the 012 Columbus Drive performance space at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.1.2.25
explores the concept of time and aims to reconnect the broken and reinterpreted fragments of a traumatic childhood memory.
The piece is a collaborative performance with Stephanie Bailey.
Resources include the live exploration and manipulation of fragmented autobiographical text, a triangle of record players, five clothing sculptures in various states of burned decay, and choreographed physical contact and movement.
duration: 15 minutes
to see a short video clip from the performance, click here to see it on youtube