Single channel video, 7:55 min
A performer re-delivers in realtime an improvised version of a monologue she listens to via an ipod, about an incident involving an invented digital scanning device in an Israeli army checkpoint in Palestine, and related events. She is only visible through her reflection in the camera-person’s eyeball (he is also the one who recorded the original monologue). The image is acquired via a lo-fi version of an eye-tracking camera rig, such as is normally used for psychology and market research.
Screened internationally including Art Toronto Videotheque 2011, European Media Art Festival 2012, Transmediale 2012, Berlin Director's Lounge 2013
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