Text, video installation, and performance featuring a tea ritual about lovers ghosting each other. The artist is accompanied by an experimental violinist and an original electronic music score utilizing samples from Don Shirley’s Orpheus In The Underworld recordings.
Text written and performed by Jordan Rountree
Music composed by Jordan Rountree, co-produced by Jordan Rountree and William Adamowicz, performed by William Adamowicz
Violin played by Zachary Paul
Lights designed by Brandon Baruch
Video captured by David Noonan
ORPHEUS: It's then that I became increasingly aware of my gaze as a verb, an incisive laser, full of action and fatal potential. Perhaps she’s right, maybe I’m more comfortable having her in my phone and just that. To have an indestructible mirage of her, forever locked in one moment. Living with a ghost.