In Progress: Inner Mirror, August 2017 - Present, Performance Installation
Roles: Concept Design, Interview, Installation Design, Production

We each have a unique phantasmagoria of identities from history, experiences, ideals, accidents ... It flickers in and out of time, stories, memories, emotions ...

Inner Mirror represents the ethereal and subliminal landscapes of how an individual reflects on their self-identity, through a public immersive installation, comprising projections, architecture, video, or audio. The individual of focus will be able to coexist with the intermeshing factors that make up their identity. The public audience viewing the installation will be able to sense this individual beyond what meets the eye e.g. skin color or gender.

Currently inner-viewing a radical, Sufi woman of color on how she views her identity, in reflection of how we get to know each other in our politically divided and modernly fragmented times.

In collaboration with the Living Room Collective: Aaron Wynn, Albert Kong, Crystal Titus, Justin Tang, Mike Katsevman, Min Yoon

Visual Proposals by Kali Gordon