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Reactionary Movements

By on Feb 20, 2014

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This is an exploration of reaction and perspective, through tracking the strain of the back in reaction to the physical strain of the front.

The mind and the body are able to adapt to copious amounts of stress and unpredictable actions. My interests lie within the moment that object and person become overwhelmed. The chemical construction of the body interacts in the same manner that people do. On a basic level an exchange is made. I am interested in the unforeseen outcomes of basic exchanges, while simultaneously confronting my audience with the possibility of disorder through exertion.