This artist's book seeks to establish a relationship between everyday actions and performance. It encourages us to go about our daily routine, as if it were a work of art.
"As a child and young man he would get worked up about whether or not what he was feeling was what he was feeling, or if it was rather a put on or an act. He would, for example, worry that his worry was simply something he was playing at. At worst, all his behaviours would appear to him like the making of a drama.
He calmed down when he started to think of his everyday activities as opportunities for performance. He became the audience of his very own private theatre."
what>, Brussells, 2008, 208 pages, 33 colour photographs, 17 cm x 23.6 cm.
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