An exploration of psychological time meant to offer an intimate encounter with movement in solitary space for Metro ridership, DEUX was created by Rebecca Bruno in collaboration with Delaram Pourabdi. The performance documentation was originally installed during a homeLA event at the Lloyd Wright Sowden House where the video was filmed inside a closet. In its initial installation, the work considered the architecture of the closet as a portal to reverberating time, mirroring the past ahead of one’s present view.
These artworks are on view as part of the Metro Art Digital Art Shorts Series.
About the Artist
REBECCA BRUNO is a dance artist working across performance and visual art. In 2013, Bruno founded homeLA, a performance project dedicated to dance process in private space, partnering with body-based artists and Los Angeles residents. Bruno collaborates with Mak Kern on Objects for Others, a project that embraces chance and meditation by pairing a dance sensibility with kinetic sound sculptures. Bruno’s works have been presented at the Hammer Museum, the Norton Simon Museum, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, the Lloyd Wright Sowden House, the Neutra VDL House, REDCAT, the Pit Gallery, Honor Fraser Gallery, Movement Research NYC, and the LAB, Jerusalem.