If you can’t see something, you might call it invisible, but if someone tells you it happened, isn’t it just weightless?
VID-AYO is a piece of contemporary performance that explores how the publicly accessible VHS Video tape has affected generation Y.
You will see a girl, and another girl who looks a lot like the last one struggle to rewrite her experiences of recorded time.
Hannah Mook invites you into her home to experience a flash back, to let yourself fall into a drop out. She’ll make it comfortable. It will be intimate. But in the dark spaces of that room a frustration will linger.
Why did you have to capture her then? Now she can’t remember it the way she wants to.