Performance/audio installation

A willow (Or without Godot)
Two mattresses, two ipods (audio), gravel covering the floor.

In A willow (or without Godot) (2006), an approach to Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, the spectator’s presence is made theatrical within the context of the Museum exhibition room, as an audio piece with mattresses draws the spectator in an intimate, private mode while they themselves are displayed in the center of the gallery.
One audio track is taken from the character Vladimir and the other from Estragon, with the artist having recorded each positive sentence from these characters, emphasizing a complicity, dependency and deep affection between the two. The sound of the sea plays in the background and gravel from the Museum grounds cover the entire room.