Abstract: Within Philosophy of The Performing Arts the author David Davies in a section explores private space verses public space in relation to performance, and in another text Maggie Nelson in The Art of Cruelty explores the use of private acts in performance art, by using Burden’s Slope Piece as a critic study. An exhibit ran from May 28th 2010 to January 8th 2012 at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art titled “Exposed” and it focused on “investigating the shifting boundaries between seeing and spying, the private act and the public image…” This collection also hopes to challenges us to consider private acts in public images; a conversation, fixing something, sipping on a coffee, and talking on the phone. As well as how the private acts enter and are incorporated into the public sphere.
Title of Collection: A Smile in Pursuit
Abstract: Reoccurring nightmares of being chased are common, an opinion on dreams is that they are meant to prepare us for real danger. This is a look into the danger of a smile in a dream, as they may switch on a dime.
There's quite a bit of fun to be had in Vectorworks if you decide to render a Sim's house in it or do a final for theater history that's the theater at Delphi to scale.