Visible undone Behaviour
Visible Undone Behaviour is a performance based on my interest to deal with writing text seduced by immediate impression. This performance is an action of putting all memories on scripture I can gain through a focusing on people faces. The public entered the performance room and I watch them through a binoculars. The public feels observed and thus the behaviour is shifting between the natural and artificial, being watched and unwatched.
In our society’s daily life, mostly it is about being watched, observed and the need to watch and observe the others. We are dealing with the superficial level of knowing and followed by the common understanding about the others. Personal impressions are broadly related in the society’s manner through our education in the family, religion or school.
I like to puzzle, mixing the impressions I receive about the unknown with my personal memory content.
Duration: 3 hours
Performed at the "Räume und Schatten" Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2005
performed at haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2005 Photo Patrick Vox