Day x Day x Day combines ritual action and surveillance to create a meditation on time and identity. I created this piece in partnership with Scenes from Last Week, an installation by Andrew Demirjian that placed surveillance cameras in storefronts, recording and displaying street scenes for one week. I staged an action where I casually but repeatedly walked past the cameras at the same time on three days. I then edited the footage together to create a portrait of a fractured self which splits, multiplies and freely passes through space and time. The video addresses the repetition of urban life and the fluid nature of identity.
Surveillance footage courtesy of Andrew Demirjian
Project coordination provided by Art in Odd Places