One Day I Will Let You Taste My Scars

The consumption of object is what defines our other-self, making us, as consumers to create a simulated character that ultimately becomes our own canned reality. In a more pessimistic sense we becomes the object and the object becomes part of our functional roles. This premise may be seen, as a principle of fetishism as the object on itself becomes part of the body creating another view or a fictional reflection of the self. These social relations within a consumer culture posits commodity as extensions of the social personality and by embodying these qualities and social values to object we are reflecting our desires and our personality.


de⋅face  [di-feys]
–verb (used with object), -faced, -fac⋅ing.
1. to mar the surface or appearance of; disfigure: to deface a wall by writing on it.
2. to efface, obliterate, or injure the surface of, as to make illegible or invalid: to deface a bond.

Diatribe of Saint Vitus with a theme song far far away

This is a re-mediation on Theme Song by Vito Acconci. As i was visualizing it it was not a moment on intimacy or a pretension to be close to someone like the original ‘73 Acconci’s video. Its a re-digestion of another scenario were the character unveils a dysfunctional conversation with whoever want to take a moment out of a pathetic situation.

Requiem for a Conversation…

Video performance in which the performer is conducting a conversation with the viewer. This is merely an act of self conciousness, only one voice is heard and that is the one being muted, devalued and erased from the two way conversation scenario.