Games of distance and proximity
Work with Patricia Azevedo (Brazil)
Consider a game where the boundaries are not clearly defined and their rules are not yet established. The game itself is a process of finding these rules and limits. With no referee, decisions have to be negotiated between the players. This game can happen without a venue or fixed duration, and forge a space and time that does not exist beyond the action. This space is inseparable from gestures and objects that give it body. Also consider that players do not speak the same language.
In games of distance, proximity is also implied. And vice versa.
Much of this work is Skype split-screen video