Large Glass Co.
Reflecting the much-used sight gag of early cinema, in which a pair of workers carries a sheet of window glass across the street, which is then either narrowly missed or crashed into by the protagonist or antagonist. The Large Glass Co. performance uses parallel pseudo-reflective panes to a trope that hinges on transparency and physical humor.
Glass sheets: 48 x 84 in. each
2 sheets of 2-way mirror glass, 4 workers, custom coveralls with official Large Glass Co. patch, gloves, safety goggles
Photo by Steve Zieverink.