#186 Luke Byrne
Lezli Rubin-Kunda, Night Shift, 2001
An empty apartment at the end of a row of workers’ accommodations in a wooded area is the site of an all-night performance. I collect natural materials from the vicinity of the site and throughout the night carry out improvised actions, arising from the interaction of materials, body and the kibbutz context. These are documented with Polaroid snapshots, which are left around the room, along with the materials, as a record of the night’s events.
Performed for Blurrr: The 3rd Biennale of Performance Art at Kibbutz Nachshon
(Organized by The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv)
Taken from the album “How Many Glasgow” released on 15th October 2014 from Sweet Dreams Press, Tokyo.
(Source: classicsrecords.net / Sweet Dreams Press)