Tape Walks explores the intimate desire to have the viewer inhabit my own body during the making of the piece. A projection at each end of the hallway shows the act of me putting down a taped line on the floor. As the viewer interacts with the taped line they either see me coming towards them or away from them putting down the tape; the viewer exists in the space in between the two projections of myself and becomes a part of the narrative.
Tape Walks also investigates the different ways a body can move through a space (hallway) that is conventionally only moved through by walking in a straight line. The viewer is not only confronted with images of myself awkwardly placing the tape, but also with the jagged tape on the ground that illustrates unconventional movement.
Installation set up with dual projection on either side of a small hallway