Deleted Messages

Notes

Video document of Deleted Message, a performance by BADco. about emergent phenomena in collective movement – a meshwork of infected individual material and groupings. A strategy of marking of territory and delineating of hierarchical structures of performance through nonlinear dramaturgy and spam storytelling dismiss one possible narrative in favor of a complex system of singularities.

Artist / Author BADco.
Reference D1133
Date 2004
Type DVD

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