Here is video from the opening performance of "Silence it is" at André Alves's "Mute Motives" exhibition.
“Mute Motives” is an investigation around the ideas of intensity, affirmation and power. Combining a series of delicate monochromatic drawings with a (collaborative) performance entitled “Silence it is” the exhibition explores bodily tension, the deconstruction of silence as form, linguistics and sexual phantasmagoria. “Mute Motives” proceeds from an interest in juxtaposing visual and non-visual languages (here referring to the non-instrumental musical composition by Jennifer Jolley) and the translation of the tension between the will to say/act and the capacity to do so.
I am now officially a performance artist.