Dried table clothe in the studio with all the broken glass is leftover from video work Persuasion for two.
The table cloth recorded the whole encounter during performing of Persuasion for two video work. I trapped the moment tighter and stitched pieces of broken glass on.
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Persuasion for 2 Still frame from video.
I’m back home! In the studio red empty faces were waiting for me.