I have a great respect for artists, even more so when they reveal (and then play with and subvert) the process of their creation. The following is not a performance about how a piece of artwork is created; it is artwork created as performance. The one is inextricable from the other, and both were created with the kinetic visual medium as much in mind as the static. I find it absolutely fascinating, and “popish”/accessible in a way that so much gallery-bound performance art is not. Part of that has to do with the focus on the masses that is anything released on Youtube, but part of it is making art interesting and open, not inscrutable.
It’s a breath of fresh air after spending all day reading about capital punishment and rape cases and statutes. Stupid Crim Law.