Bite, Chew, Spit. Live Art Performance (durational) & Installation
The mouth is used as a performative tool to play with and to cross the invisible. Boundaries of both artist and audience (alike) are made visible through the placed and chewed gum expressing control and a loss of it. A silent voice lingering between the teeth, scratching at the throat, provoking the tongue rests gently upon the lips. A conversation without words is born in the mouth when we pause to accept boredom as an experience. Daring you to engage in all its uncertain possibilities, it can engulf us, creating a confrontation of the self in moments of ‘emptiness’.