look at me
next back home
A performance about looking and being looked at, about man and machine, about the triangle
between maker, viewer and artwork. All this taking place in a church, the home of the Maker with a capital M who might be watching us at the same time.
The slide projector turns around and projects the same text again and again on the eyelids of the performer: “Look at me”. Every time the projecter changes slides (every 10 seconds) the woman opens her eyes and looks at the projector. After which she closes her eyes right at the moment when the projector projects the next slide with the same text.
This performance has been performed at several locations.
2003, Guidance, Old Church, Amsterdam (NL)