my gaze hits the side of my face
1. Juli 202, 15–5:30 p.m.
Mirrors make it possible to perceive our own body. Are we in an active position of looking, or are we being looked at? Mirrors reflect light and slightly reduce its speed. That means we never see ourselves at the exact moment when we gaze into the mirror. Mirrors can thus be understood as a medium of time travel. Does gazing into a mirror enable a form of queer temporality in which people marked as “different” create a self-determined utopia? In his lecture performance, Defrag Zine dares to venture into the labyrinth of mirrors.
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