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You (Or Someone Like You) (2014)
There is a theoretical model in physics that, if the types of matter in the universe are finite and the size of the universe is infinite, then, statistically, there would be an infinite number of versions of oneself, either exactly like you, or almost exactly like you.
You (Or Someone Like You) is inspired both by this concept and its implications. How does this idea fit in with contemporary Western culture's sense of a unique self? Is it awe-inspiring, or deeply disturbing? Does it give us comfort, or do we feel isolated?
Dancers: Kaita Mrazek & Nikki Pfeiffer
Music: Ring With Three Concentric Disc by Craig Leon
Projection: Steven Soria using photography by Arna Bajraktarevic
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