Silence I Kill You, Too (2022)

A documented performance for the installation 1982: Pocong Cocoon.

Pocong (pronounced as potjong) is a corpse wrapped in cotton.  This Javanese tradition is used as a metaphor and refers to the cocoon of the Morpho or blue butterfly. Just as dreams of butterflies can mean change, the artwork especially symbolizes transformation. 

Performed with artwork Silence I Kill You by Kurt Nahar (2015)


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