When disappearing is existing. To be an image in the eyes of others. Vanishing acts turn existing in public an impossibility. A body. A body that is being looked at. An image that belongs to others. Fleeting and centrifuge.
First-person statements collected anonymously over time. Like the words, the performance, executed by Rebecca Moradalizadeh, is relocated to another body, where the transversal experience is no longer anonymous but is nevertheless nameless.