bodebuilder 2 (practice the way you play)
In a series of public performance practices. I use cushioncontainerbags made after the measurements of me and my father's bodies, other designed objects (rest.rest.rest.chair. + drawerspeakermatholder) music created on site, and vogue elements to exercise literally and metaphorically the childhood suppression of my femininity. Throughout the rituals, I shift the placement of the installation to signify the instability of my relationship to my father.