2002, 28:00 minutes, colour, english
Marcus is meant to be viewed as a projected installation. Marcus (2002) is a performative work expresses boundaries. Conscious/subconscious partnership/autonomy and alone/together. The female figure (the artist) drifts between sleep and awake. Asleep she is relaxed and awakes she calls but is never answered. The audio alludes to the presence of the sought partner (Marcus). We can hear keyboarding and chair squeaking. He is present but absent.
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