For this piece I created a red-felt cube 5′ X 5′ X 5′. There are slots for 4 heads, 4 pairs of arms, and 4 pairs of feet in each corner for bodies to provide the structure for the cube, or to provide mobility if desired.
There are also 4 flaps to allow entry into the cube to onlookers or passers-by, as well as an additional slot for a head to push through the center of the top panel. The ‘viewer’ may choose simply to occupy the space ‘inside’ or participate with those holding up the cube by becoming part of its structure in the center and moving her/his head ‘outside’ through the slot.
The ‘viewer’ thus becomes part of the cube, a double object of the subjectivity of other viewers outside the cube as well as the other 4 structural bodies in the corners. The cube may be a sculpture, a performance, a place for conversation, a hide-out, a spectacle to be wondered about or photographed, or some strange garment.