Video by Andrea Liuzza, 2018





Interactive performance

February, 10th  2018

Piazza San Marco, Venice

during the carnaval


Composition :

White cube made out of canvases,

Ipad connected to the facebook account of the wearer.


Objective :

Create a digital portrait in continuous evolution, generated by others thanks to their fingers and faces. Indeed, anybody could write, take pictures of themselfs or take videos directly on the facebook profile of the wearer of the cube. This wearer can therefore feel every touch on this screen that has become a mask, live. The public being also masked freely thanks to the carnaval's context, its level of identity is as equal as the one available on the internet. The wearer of the cube is both present physically, digitally absent and blind even if he gives the impression of seeing.


Photography by Milan Durin.



Exhibition in Nantes / 24>27 May 2018 / @Archiculture


Installation :

From up to down : 

Facecube connected to the facebook profile on which it is possible to read every post written during the performance.

Film of the performance projected on the wall.

Cube of Tuffeau (local rock), with a qr code painted on it linking to the facebook profile.

The visitor can access the portrait (facecube), made out of canvas and connected worldwide, by stepping on a cube of the same size made out of rock, the latter being mute and only linking to an immaterial presence.