Everything, Nothing, Something, Always (Walla!), LA, 2009, performance, 3 hours
Everything, Nothing, Something, Always (Walla!) is a timebased installation that is comprised of a one-act theatrical play that loops live over a three hour period. Each of its nine iterations varies slightly as a necessary result of its serial repetition. The play simultaneously functions as a performative “sculpture” in the center of the exhibition space, visible from all angles. The central concerns of the work include: a distinct distrust of both certainty and the ideal of truth; the imprecision of language; and the ways in which the polyphonous references that influence a work become the primary terrain for an articulation of confusion as not only an essential condition for artistic production but also its subject.