Performed close to a forest, at sunset / night with mellow dim light
The performer comes from the forest. He wears black; a bag is on his back and a big stick in his hand. Some band-aids with the word “performance” printed on, cover his glasses, ears, nose, lips and hands. He carries a big board that he leaves on the grass. Helped by the stick as a blind man, he tries to be oriented respect to the board, taking some positions, as before, behind or beside the board.
He plants the stick in the ground and hangs the board showing its other side with the text “Please don’t clap”
The performer takes a book from his back titled “art in theory” and wears a big, round red nose as a clown.
He shows on a world map the places where there are wars in progress, pronouncing first the names and then saying: “And we here…at the performance”. The performer tears off the pages from the book and gives to the astonished audience some pages of a tourism catalogue.
Now there is night. The performer hand is gesturing to the audience indicating to follow him into the forest.
After some minutes walking in the darkness, the performer calls the attention of the audience, and shooting a flash he disappears, leaving the people in the forest in total darkness.