Title:‘I don’t know what’s sadder, that you make me feel like a meme or that I am not even a funny one’

  ‘I don’t know what’s sadder that you make me feel like a meme or that I am not even a funny one’  - Performance, spoken word. Performed at the Seoul Museum of Art residency, Seoul, South Korea. 2018

‘I don’t know what’s sadder that you make me feel like a meme or that I am not even a funny one’ - Performance, spoken word. Performed at the Seoul Museum of Art residency, Seoul, South Korea. 2018

A performance about a body which materiality is no longer necessary.

a mere information carrier.

An empty territory where the mind has chosen for a digital interface where being

and making decisions is simplified to a click, tap and drag.

‘‘Because we came here to drown on ourselves and beg for a little bit of attention. i wanna hear you beg for wifi passwords and power sockets. Beg beg and complain how others use and abuse their phones because you got your pockets full of extension cables and it turns you on to think of.’’

If you want to read the script you can click HERE

Photos by Ronja Falkenbach.

This project was supported by Stroom, Den Haag.

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