An installation performance with six fans blowing, threads of feelings and sensations vectoring the space, and an audience breathing and moving through. A making visible of intersubjective spaces. Total running time: 1.5 hours
Something eye don’t want to feel was developed alongside my thesis research on the transmission of group affect during the Hollins University MFA Program and presented in the American Dance Festival’s MFA Thesis Concert in Durham, NC. It has also been presented at the RE-Viewing Black Mountain College International Conference in Asheville, NC where it was seen within the context of artist Kenneth Snelson’s tensegrity sculptures.
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Photos by Adam Larsen, Alice Sebrell, Bruce Wong