Ground Zero — Manifesto
Ground Zero is about people and spaces connecting with each other, raw and unfiltered. It explores the interactivity of spaces and identities using the parameters of performance art and the virtual world.
The stage on which art is performed is ground zero. When art is performed, its form escapes the structure of the ground and the walls. You see and feel it as it is in its very own time and movement. It is only taken back in memory or impressed into pixelated surface.
It is not a matter of where or how you begin, but that you begin. It’s a plunging not a toe-dipping. Like performance, virtual reality has no physical supports. But you’re not lost because you have a body. This is an amorphous start, an agitated pushing of buttons. Kind of like hypertext fiction. Kind of like a Wikipedia page.