Now You See Me; Now You Don't
Now You See Me; Now You Don't (Installation View)
plaster body cast, AC motor, steel, various found objects
In Now You See Me; Now You Don’t, seven plaster replicas of my disjointed body each kinetically destroy themselves over perforated sheet metal. These ‘body-doubles’ are vessels of the violence of racial interpellation; they represent my inability to control the way that my body reads in space.