Between Us

By Joey Behrens

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A house reduced in size and made fragile, dependent on the two bodies that work together to carry it between them. The interior becomes the exterior as the private negotiations of roommates are acted out publicly through a one-mile walk, up Richland Avenue and Court Street. The house becomes the point of contact, of physical touch and communication, between the two people holding it between them. They hold it by fitting their arms into impressions of those arms—from shoulder to finger tip—cast into the paper skin on either side of the house. A go-pro camera was inserted inside the house to record the walk from the point of view of the object at its center. The audio is a clip from the longer recording that became the main record of the walk and necessary communication between my roommate and I. The image you see is a photograph taken towards the end of the walk.


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