photography installation, 2018
Webster Court Project
In the magnolia-wallpapered room in the Webster Court house I ruminated on the past lives lived in this space. Through stills taken from a video performance, I place multiples of myself in the wallpaper to ponder the presence of many selves that leave traces over a long time, existing simultaneously like ghosts. The performance draws attention to the intimacy that the room perhaps once fostered in comparison to the barrenness of the space in present day.
In the performance on the staircase I described the architecture of my mind palace by drawing the shape of the roof with my body and the floor plan with melting ice cubes.