Benjamin Ord, Screen Solo, bound photocopied pages, 2014

In Screen Solo a performance based in a highly structured improvisation took place privately to a video camera and is only seen by the audience through video screen grabs that are presented as a catalogue of still images. The work investigates ways in which a performance may be experienced by or enter into the imagination of the viewer through its remains or ruins, where the viewer's absence to the live event creates space for the subjectivity of the viewer to intervene in the solipsism of the solo performer.