a scripted life

during a research on the malleability of life,
i started asking others to direct my life for 24 hours.

according to their scripts,
i went out for dinner with a mirror,
spent a day in silence, sold roses in cafes,
did a photoshoot with a stranger in my neighbor’s clothes,
joined the hare krishna, drank ayahuasca
and shaved my head to get a tattoo saying
‘nothing lasts forever’.

within this play of control it became a method
to overcome prejudices and to redefine my own limitations.