Human using over head projector

Every Time I See Your Picture I Cry uses an overhead projector to trace and develop the interior dialogue of a sensitive garbage man as he wanders aimlessly through the city streets, collecting garbage in the early hours of the morning. Throughout the story he encounters a number of disturbing tableaux, and attempts to resolve these witnessed traumas internally through "scrap-craft" - the creative recycling of garbage into art. Daniel Barrow will perform The Face Of Everything at opening night and Looking For Love In The Hall Of Mirrors during the forum.
Daniel Barrow is a Winnipeg-based artist, working in performance, video and installation. He has exhibited widely in Canada and abroad, most recently at Mercer Union, Dazibao, Montreal, the Images Festival, Toronto, the Three Walls Gallery, Chicago and the Hoxton Hall, UK. Since 1993, Barrow has used an overhead projector to relay ideas and narratives to a 'manual' form of animation by projecting, layering, and manipulating drawings on mylar transparencies. He refers to his practice as 'graphic performance, live illustration, or manual animation'.