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DON'T TOUCH ME

Performances in Berlin, 2020

 

Never before have humans experienced isolation on such a scale as during the COVID-19 pandemic. The unprecedented levels of isolation have altered our sense of touchability, the sensation of skin on skin.

 

The artist is naked – wrapped in rubber gloves that represent a second skin. As an icon of the pandemic, the rubber gloves signify the vulnerability of every skin we wear, as well as the importance of the second skin as a source of strength. The lampshade is the interpretation of the mask – a full body mask that stands for anonymity and isolation.

 

The performance took place at night on Museum Island.

 

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