After drawing and tearing the papers, I built a cocoon representing a shelter.
To finish, I illuminated the sculpture inside and the public can circulate around and enter the cocoon.
The windows of space were open and the wind moved the sculpture.
This work represents the deconstruction of my work as a performer and as a painter. In raping and kneading the drawing,
I open myself to radical experimentation of subverting language.
Exploring new possibilities, new gestures that these actions demand.
And so the drawing becomes an installation, an ephemeral sculpture.