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performance | 2015

A series of studies on identity formation, how it is a constant process of looking back and using oneself as source material for creating the present you.

Screenshot of one of my conversations on Omegle, where I wrote a small program that, depending on the keywords and intensity I feed it, returns entries from my diary as responses to the stranger. Can this calculated process incite meaningful conversation, perhaps even intimacy, when the words themselves are not intentionally chosen?


Live video delay and projection with Max/MSP, examining the process of looking and copying a past self, and how this act in turn propogates future actions.


Continuation of the above inquiry, turning more specifically towards daily and routine actions as a way of looking at how we look at ourselves, along with the gestures that are retained within our bodies.