a happening with single-channel HD video, no audio, 5 min 36 secs, continuous loop

dedicated to Kathy Dillon

please at SOMArts in San Francisco as part of “100 performances for the Hole”

January 4, 2014

please at ZK/U, Berlin

August 29, 2013

During please, the audience is given one simple instruction: “please open my eyes.” The piece generates a sensuous environment that fluctuates between intimate moments, disorienting encounters, and antagonistic actions. It exploits the typical relationship between performer and viewer and the ways audience members interact with one another.