Anthropic Bathing

Anthropic Bathing is a personal account of observation. The site-specific performance created in part during a residency in the rainforest of Belize, is one potential interaction between nature, technology, and the living body.

This 45 minute movement solo was created to feel like poetry - moving, rhythmic, and fluid. The observer interacts with an ever-changing natural environment created through video projections and a variety of found objects, which the audience can relate to in some way. Water prevades all living things, so fluidity in movement is without question. The moving body is matter. Matter is pure energy.

[Photo gallery coming soon]

Leonard Susskind wrote The Cosmic Landscape which explains the anthropic principle. The theory describes that “the universe exists in order for us to observe it.”