In "'Live Feed'", the viewer will arrive at the gallery to find the space locked. The only entry point into the space is visually: through a peephole. Video is playing through the peephole which is a "live feed" of my room. The video is mundane, flat and everyday, but the work does not center on the action in the video. Rather, the viewer themselves becomes part of the installation. In its entirety, the piece speaks to a digital world where a person can feel connected with spaces physically shut off from them. In this case, a "live feed" to the artists bedroom.
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