In the Red Room, viewers come to a scene of two figures sitting across from each other. A diminutive female figure, wrapped in medical gauze and lacking full limbs, is lit in spotlight. Across from her, a masked male figure sits in an arm chair, with video projection emanating from his groin region and onto the female figure. A live camera is set between them, recording the female figure, doubling her image on a monitor nearby. The conversation between them loops, a seemingly broken story that can only be revisited again, and again. She begins, "Every morning when I wake up, I have to remember again.
Red Room first exhibited as part of In the Belly of the Lightship (2010) and was restaged the following year for Camera Vivant at Central Utah Art Center (CUAC).