A performance for 'Summer Nights Series'
Trap for the Mind. The artist wears paper cut masks in front of the mirror, one mask on top of the other, which become literal faces, slowly and simultaneously divulging and consuming. The Masks are referencing the convictions in which we take refuge and the prejudices behind which we hide. The process of putting masks one after another become a comment on construction and deconstruction, closing and opening, intimacy and extroversion.