Blind Spot

Beyond that which cannot be directly observed, a blind spot can also refer to the gap, often huge, between how one perceives oneself and how others do.

A site-specific installation and interactive performance – 13’ x 5.5’ x 8.5’ – 2-way mylar, walls, costume, and wig made from cast latex panels, ornate frame, seating with cast latex cushions. This was part of an exhibition, Rame Panorama, at Orange Door Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.

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Blind Spot

Performer in costume
2003

 
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Blind Spot

without visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

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Blind Spot

with visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

with visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

with visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

with visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

with visitor
2003

 
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Blind Spot

2003