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.
Print an drawings on paper, survival camera, monitor
Photo: Pedro Tropa