Transition / Performance / Re-entry

forget me

A 26 minute long video-installation shows the procedure of a game of strategy in it`s entire length. With each move an other sentence of a monolog apeares at the bottom of the picture. But as the game is already complete and no intervention is possible anymore a strong feeling of suspension emerges.

“forget me” is a narrative about the sensitive sense of time, about interhuman relationships, associations and how they change. At which point does a meeting become binding? How do we reconnect? How can we join the shared story again once we lost it? How do we find our way back to ourselfes through the others and the other way around?

“forget me” first and foremost deals with the importance of silence:”Now as you remain silent I become aware” reads the second last sentence of the game.