how do you see me? questions how performative actions in public spaces are interpreted by audiences around us. It refers to the need to classify others and the subconscious biases that we carry in our daily lives. It also reiterates the role of the artist as a performer and questions how viewers interpret me through only interaction with the work. The piece places the title phrase onto a wall by projecting video through laser cut paper. The video, depicting the artists body moving in space, becomes unrecognizable through the text, emphasizing value and movement through the visible fragments.
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