SHOWING WITHOUT GOING

Spectrums

Active audience
mentally active
physical active
Awareness of artifice, absence, (a)liveness
Aware / sure
Unaware / unsure
Authorship
Copyright
Open Source
Addressing absence and distance in the work
Address as an explicit content
Address as implicit content
Location
Familiar
Unfamiliar
Situation with audience
Risky
Predictable
Responsibility
Individual
Shared
Absence as
compromise
benefit
Sensorial experience
One sense
Multiplicity of senses
Relationship with audience
Trusting
Controlling
Responsibility
Artist
Host
Control
Lost
Total
Control of participation
Guided / precise / careful / minimal
Anarchic / messy / unpredictable / expansive
Travel
On foot
By plane
Audience
Spectator
Co-creator
Adaptation
Existing form
Showing Without Going
Experience
Individual
Collective
Preparation
Unrehearsed
Rehearsed
Format
Fixed / pre-recorded
Live / responsive
Technology as
Tool
Co-creator
Presence
Artist absent
Artist present
Space & Connectivity
Offline
Online
Absence
Imposed
Chosen
Technical Requirements
No Use of Technology Necessary
Advanced & Hi-Technology Necessary
Audience
witnessing
spectating
Performer
Non-human
Human
The experience of participation as
Affirmative
Antagonistic
Required availability of the artist
Completely available
Completely unneccesary
Big / Little Brother
sense of guide's strong authority and control
sense of vulnerability / fragility in the guide, he/she/it needs our assistance
Identity of Artist
Known
Anonymous
Duration
A moment
Infinity
Laziness as
selective participation
energy management
Mode of transmission
Experiential (i.e. physical, relational, immersive....)
Transference (i.e. representation, audience as observer....)
Responsibility
Artist
Audience
Site
Neutral
Site-responsive / site-specific
Engagement Period
One Performance / Workshop
Weekly sessions / Yearly Collaborations