This performance artwork plays with a number of themes, not the least of which is the continual contemporary pressure to present oneself as larger-than-life, in the hope that one might be noticed in a distracted culture. Of course the work also revels in those distractions... Like its 8,800 watt, 3-D dodecaphonic sound system of my own creation, with which I sleepwalk out into the audience in an electric bathrobe, and sculpt sound throughout the audience’s listening environment... And a large rear-projected video backdrop, which features a half-dozen artworks, arranged and reworked to create a 60 minute, multi-media, audio/visual remix of a decade of my creative output reimagined.


 

I Dreamt I Could Play the Bicycle