Accident, Analysis, Body, Collision, Contact, Contemplation, Cycle, Experience, Installation, Memory, Multiple Perspectives, Mutual Trust, Pain, Party, Performance, Physical Impact, Ramp, Repetition, Slide, Sound, Speed, Vantage Point, Velocity, Version,
One accident, two parties, three versions. RPM is a dramatic musing on collision – what happens when lives, bodies, and memories plow into one another? One high-speed motorcycle totals itself, taking an unsuspecting pedestrian with it, while an incredulous passer-by witnesses the whole event. ‘RPM’ distends this point of impact into a series of tectonic vignettes, making this performance-sound installation an intensely warped encounter with the uncontrollable conditions of velocity.
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