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Mission Calls (2008-2009) is a work composed by three large drawings that appear as a short storyboard of a performative act that anyone could do. The sequence shows a common street dog transforming into a rescue-dog and it is the artist, with a seemingly absurd and surreal gesture, that grants the unsuspecting dog this role of power.
(Stop Down) I developed a situation in order to manufacture group portraits of people. The scenario consisted of elevator doors opening and closing. At the moment the doors opened, unknown to the riders, I took their picture stationed at a distance of ten feet. I stood looking lost either next to a shopping cart or with my back facing the elevator doors, quietly taking frame after frame as the doors opened and closed.
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“On the railroad”, black and white photograph, 1989
My attempt to commit a terror act by switching directions of the railroad.
“Bubble”, black and white photograph, 1993
I asked my cousin to take a picture of the chewing gum performance.
“Me”, black and white photograph, 1990
I’m pretending to be dead drunk.
2 conveyor belts of about 13m long are set up next to each other and running in opposite directions. People can lay down on them to be transported very slowly. Hidden under the surface an invisible mechanism produces a subtle yet intense tactile experience for the spine. Halfway the trajectory the visitors are confronted with 2 horizontal mirrors moving up and down above them.