Hannes Egger, Public Performance, 2016

For his exhibition Public Performance in the Empty Cube, Hannes Egger took the basic concept of the temporary wooden exhibition space seriously: he left the room empty and attached only a surveillance camera to the ceiling. Upon entering the exhibition space, guests were issued with hand-drawn performance instructions. Those who wished to have one agreed to carry out the instructions carefully. A screen was mounted on the rear wall of the Empty Cube on which the performances were broadcast live.

Hannes Egger
Public Performance
Print an drawings on paper, survival camera, monitor
2016
Photo: Pedro Tropa

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