To Interfere


To Interfere is the registration of a performance that has taken place in secrecy, at nighttime, in the cellar underneath a building. A computer is hooked up to a projector, a microphone is linked to an amplifier and the artist presents video recordings of encounters on a hitch-hiking trip through Europe. This performance is audiovisually recorded in one twenty minute long take that exposes certain artefacts, such as bodily shadows on a wall and a mouse cursor, and proposes to think of the setting itself as “a vehicle”, when it is replayed in a gallery space.

‘To Interfere’ Graduation Work, University of Bergen Faculty of Fine Art, 2018.