Disappear

a dance in another space, relating to the memory of others, channeling the presence of someone else

briefly

just to state that this piece is going to very other places. is not that the original concepts have disappeared, but others have gained predominance. the focus, whose history we are really sourcing from, has changed. I am trying to appropriate everything more, to make everything more mine, to be more selfish, to use the initial materials and contents of this work for myself. maybe I’ve found my (very weird) personal relation to the ideas and issue of disappearance.

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