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Devouring Eyes, collaborative performance, work in progres

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Made in collaboration with Korean choreographer Soohyun Hwang, focuses on the idea of the gaze while questioning how to transform the illusion and ambiguity of mirrors into movement. The headgear functions as a mask that not only disturbs the performer’s vision but also creates strange illusions while it continually reflects itself and its surroundings. I am curious about altering the performer’s body language, as the actions are loosely performed even though the movement is choreographed. In , one performer wears the headgear while the other tries to move her feet within the mirror that faces her and slowly moves. shows the distortion of the performer’s body as there is no longer a distinction between her front and back since she has two heads. I am interested in the idea of monstrosity, but this piece is not explicitly illustrative storytelling about mythical creatures even though I wanted to compose a fluid moment when a human being becomes a machine, a machine becomes an animal, an animal becomes an alien and an alien becomes a human again. I asked the performer to imagine that the front and back of her body were in the constant flux of duplication by using her hands, feet, neck and back muscles. The narrations are excerpts from Sylvia Plath’s poem “Tulips”, and I used my sound piece . I see the possibility of more performers wearing different sizes of mirrors on different parts of their bodies. I will develop this work while considering the use of time, regarding the performative and cinematic by questioning my inclusion of the spectator’s gaze as I make reflected images. I will explore how actively I take advantage of the camera gazes as additional mirrors rather than just as tools used to record the event. Lastly, I will refine the way that I bring my breakers into this piece while contemplating the notion of monstrosity latent within the performers, audience, space and camera.

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