A DAILY MOMENT, ANY MOMENT, 2011
The setting-up of a reenactment on the act of being beheld without knowing it, beheld(ed) and beholder conspire. In this tryptic series, the viewer explores the materialisation of the concrete transactions that occurs within the act of staging average mundane condition. The power of the frame to isolate and fracture supposed realities makes video capture a perfect medium to study and construct the contemporary tableaux. Three separate single shot frames, the female subjects on the images enact themselves in the space of their own homes, they are deliberately performing a given daily core, where they have to act as themselves.
*A Daily Moment, Any Moment; Sizes Variable, Separate RGB Monitors Installation, Anachronic timing, Simultaneous Playback Video Loops.