Date: 2007

Details: Papier-mâché with paint, head brace, video camera, video monitor.
2ft x 2ft x 2ft

Papier-mâché mask with internal camera and video monitor. A hybrid sculpture⁄performance⁄costume, meant to be experienced from the inside and the outside. The participant wears the mask backwards, giving them a view of what is behind them.

Pieces like these mostly live in photo documentation, but the core of the piece is the disorienting feeling of experiencing eyes in the back of your head, which has to be felt in-person.