Footage of a woman is projected and looped onto a white cardboard backdrop; markers are placed at the bottom of the backdrop; the label reads ‘conceal’, inviting audience to interact using supplied stationery.  

The aesthetics and ethics of the work are reinvented as audience’s response compiles, deforming the content and narrative collectively.  


Conceal | Interactive video installation | looped footage, video projector, cardboard paper, markers | 2011

Conceal installation view at Barge House Gallery, London, 2011