Shot and edited on location at The Tallest Poppy during a 2 day residency curated by Synonym Art Consultation. (thetallestpoppy.com/ & synonymartconsultation.com)
Pulling from classic diner conversations and sex scenes from tv and film, examining pleasure and sensuality inherently found in food, Ming Hon researches the notion of 'faking it' in both sexual and performative contexts.
GEORGE: I think I'll have a piece of cake.
JERRY: You faked with me?
JERRY: You faked it?
ELAINE: I faked it.
JERRY: That whole thing, the whole production, it was all an act?
ELAINE: Not bad huh?
JERRY: What with the breathing, the panting, the moaning, the screaming?
ELAINE: Fake, fake, fake, fake.