The installation and performance is part of My Name is Everybody, which is an ongoing series of performances culminating with a video to be produced by the duo later this year. During the opening night, Nadeau performed “a sacred bond between myself and matter,” while lifting weights within a prison cell he designed, while Taber reads The Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius.
Taber and Nadeau explore “experience of time and space [and the way it is] aestheticized within genre types of the imagination” against the backdrop of the pastiche American West and technological systems they are contained within.**
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