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  We Were Fools For Thinking

   It Was Going To Be Fun 

01. Daily Performance - Uniform Journey

Don't Mention the Dolphins ( working title ) 

Film, 2018  [ In Post Production with Animal Tank  funded by VAF ]

Two best friends take a boat to America, in a misguided attempt to deliver a groundbreaking performance, which exist no further than in their minds. The journey follows the depths and delusions of an intimate friendship and collaboration.

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  WHO WORE IT BEST hashtagluckybitches 

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WHO WORE IT BEST hashtagluckybitches 

Installation metal, textile & 7’ Video, 'LUCKY' NGBK Gallery, Berlin, 2018 

P_A_C wore matching outfits for 91 days as part of a research into how one’s mirror image influences one’s performance of self. In the work Who Wore It Best Hashtagluckybitches, P_A_C acknowledges their personal position as white, female and privileged consumers and via fragmented woven narratives they  address the rich relationships of the materiality. Currently installed at NGBK gallery July-September 2018, Curated by Coven Berlin.

 Make Art Great Again


Plural Authorship Collective presents: Identity Bullshit 

2 screen video @ Antwerp Art Weekend, Soft Focus Institute, Antwerp, BE, 2016

Identity Bullshit’ is the first satirical reaction in video format of their recent journey to the America’s by boat, on a search for understanding what it means to be a white female artist born on the America’s, a landmass that neither call home. 

  I Want to Agree With You But You Are Making it Really Hard For Me...

'I Want to Agree With You But You Are Making it Really Hard For Me'

Performances 2016 @  Not Galler, Austin, Good Children Gallery New Orleans,

Panoply Performance Laboratory, NYC


“....I want to agree with you but you are making it really hard for me” is a multi layered, text-based performative work, that examined the construction of identity through an auto-ethnographic approach.The performance was initiated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean as P_A_C sailed from Rome to the U.S to retrace their ancestral roots in the discovery of their American Identity.he text is formed as part of this performative journey, as a satirical starting point, reacting on the construction of selves through the ideas of ancestry, gender, race, and notions of identity.

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Performance Tour  Route 2016 

>>Flight to ROME 6th April ​>>BOAT TO BALTIMORE 11th April ​>>PERFORMANCE 30th April Current Space  (Baltimore, Maryland) ​>>PERFORMANCE 5th May Panoply Performance Laboratory (Brooklyn, New York) >>STUDIO TIME Shua Space  (Jersey City, New Jersey) >>PERFORMANCE 14th MAY Open Source Gallery  (Brooklyn, New York) ​>>STUDIO TIME Hopewell Creative Arts Studio (Hopewell, New Jersey) >>PERFORMANCE 27th MAY Mammal Gallery  (Atlanta, Georgia) >> PERFORMANCE +ARTIST TALK  11th JUNE  & 17th JUNE Good Children Gallery Hosted as Visiting Artist in Residence @ Joan Mitchell Centre (New Orleans, Louisiana) >>PERFORMANCE 24th June  Not Gallery  (Austin, Texas) >>THE DAY OF SEPARATION 6th July (Houston, Texas).

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