MARKING THE PASSING OF A DAY, 2016
Toronto, Canada

 

With each tick of the seconds hand of the clock, for 24 hours, I mark the surface of the white wall with a charcoal line. An uncharted process drawing unfolds, a testimony to the time spent creating it.
The repetitive marking action focuses my awareness on the passing of time, and makes concrete the abstract notion of a day.

During the performance, a video of the work is streamed live to other locations around the world, and performances from elsewhere are streamed live into the gallery.

The performance took place as part of the Duration and Dialogue Performance Festival, Katzman Gallery, Toronto, Canada.