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   Erasure    2015  Through a series of performances in three parts, one’s relationship to time when removed from the outside world is enacted. Firstly through the performative and healing act of breathing, subsequently through the sweeping of a broken hourglass that is transported and methodically arranged in the space. In the third and final act, structural images are removed from panes of glass. The performances act as a healing and cleansing ritual in which the performer grapples with their psychological state.      Video by Maximillian Conway  Photos by Marina Belikova and Richard Berger

Erasure

2015

Through a series of performances in three parts, one’s relationship to time when removed from the outside world is enacted. Firstly through the performative and healing act of breathing, subsequently through the sweeping of a broken hourglass that is transported and methodically arranged in the space. In the third and final act, structural images are removed from panes of glass. The performances act as a healing and cleansing ritual in which the performer grapples with their psychological state. 

 

Video by Maximillian Conway

Photos by Marina Belikova and Richard Berger

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Open studio: Keegan Luttrell

Erasure

2015

Through a series of performances in three parts, one’s relationship to time when removed from the outside world is enacted. Firstly through the performative and healing act of breathing, subsequently through the sweeping of a broken hourglass that is transported and methodically arranged in the space. In the third and final act, structural images are removed from panes of glass. The performances act as a healing and cleansing ritual in which the performer grapples with their psychological state. 

 

Video by Maximillian Conway

Photos by Marina Belikova and Richard Berger

Open studio: Keegan Luttrell

   Erasure    2015  Through a series of performances in three parts, one’s relationship to time when removed from the outside world is enacted. Firstly through the performative and healing act of breathing, subsequently through the sweeping of a broken hourglass that is transported and methodically arranged in the space. In the third and final act, structural images are removed from panes of glass. The performances act as a healing and cleansing ritual in which the performer grapples with their psychological state.      Video by Maximillian Conway  Photos by Marina Belikova and Richard Berger
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Open studio: Keegan Luttrell