2016 4K -Video, 16:9, Color, Stereo Neonlight - drawings
For the video Radical Slackerism a dancer is filmed which is doing repetitional, machine-like practices. These scenes alternate with a character lying in a bed. In the duration of a music video, these scenes are splited through text, a whispering voice and sound.The idea is to create a space of thoughts that doesn‘t follow linear narration. The video deals with different questions about the human body in the digital age, with the female body and mind and the reflection of becoming a cyborg. Through questions that seek in different directions about the body and the possibility of a new playfullness with its materiality, different discourses and statements are activated.The neon-lights shown in the installation are drawings brought into the room as objects. The aesthetic refers to capitalistic consumerism but they stay critical in their expression.