Saturday, September 20, 2014

Pattern Drawings

This is just what I am drawing right now.



Friday, February 24, 2012

UNEXPECT IT

Series of performances in Spring 2012.







Photographs by Elaine Kung.

My first performance took place on the MBTA Red Line between Kendall/MIT and Charles MGH, April 2012.The video was removed from YouTube for some unspecified violation of content guidelines. The video now lives here. A few gems from the YouTube comments:



April 7            it's the cleaning african.
April 8            "DAMN! Where's my pok├ęball?" :D
April 9            those floors are disgusting... i've thrown up on them atleast twice
April 10         cocaine... it's a hell of a drug! :)
April 10         nice to see hobos doing performance art
April 10         set it on fire
April 10         WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT? KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!!!
April 10         could have been a suicide bomber... who cares.
April 11         I'm guessing that was some guy with a fetish jacking off under there lol
April 11         Was he crawling around there on his hands and knees? Fucking disgusting.
April 12         lol its funny but it makes me think
April 12         All aboard for the psychiatric ward.
April 13         that was me under the caterpillar thing.
April 13         no, I took that video and that was not you.
April 13         its a tweeker lookin for spare change
April 13         ewwww she just like crawled up a dirty ass subway floor WTF stupid person
April 20         girl: what is it, daddy?  father: it's a man on Methamphetamine
April 25         kick it
April 27         i think its a disguised rapist





When I performed on the MIT campus, people did really weird stuff like poking me, hugging me, trying to figure out what kinds of "sensors" I was using, threatening to kick or throw acid on me, and trying to lift up the costume to see what was underneath. I recorded sound, but most of it was the sound of the costume swishing.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Wind-Up Bird Door

Collage of National Geographic pages after Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle on my door in East Campus, MIT. Photographs by Alfred Gadway.









Performance with Triangles

I drew a triangle pattern for four hours in a matching triangle dress that I made for this performance. This was at MIT in spring 2011. Photographs by John Bell.