-This Corpse and Not That Corpse
In collaboration with Andy Braddock, NYC.
“Our current situation is not to be addressed by more communication, more information. Quite the contrary, more of these will only serve to exacerbate the problem. It is to be addressed by the particular fleshly body in all its limitation. This piece starts from the only available particularity in the world of proliferating abstraction: the mortal body, devoid of personality, a meaningless lump of flesh without imprint, able to take on multiple forms, but in essence a corpse. Importantly though, it is able to be this corpse and not that corpse or any other.
- Andy Braddock