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Water Tank Interviews is a piece playing with flows of information fraught with uncertainty.
In the project, two or more people fit in a plastic water tank. With questions and answers travelling back and forth, the information is contained in words, sounds, expressions, body movements, and hand gestures. flowing through the space on a fixed timeline. 
The information generated by the interview is superimposed and fractured, like a chemical reaction of information.
The performance took place in a tank that was placed on a crate and was constantly moving. Regardless of status and position, the participants
would be squeezed into the same plastic tank in uncomfortable positions to achieve some kind of de facto equality between them. While the performance is in progress, the third performer is in charge of pushing the crate and is neither involved in the communication nor taking any orders from performers in the tank, meaning he or she has the complete right to push the tank anywhere else. 
The performer who controls the crate represents a body of power with a higher level of discourse than the two who are not bound by the topic.
For performers in the water tank, the environment is constantly changing as the crate is randomly moving around. The flow of information exchanged between the two is forced into the field
The contradictions between the scene and the topic, the control and the controlled, and the countless
The chemical fission of information is accelerated, leading to unknown directions.

The right to execute The Waterbox Interviews will be made available to the public, and the artist will have the option to authorise its execution.
The artist has the option to authorise its execution. With the authorisation, the water tank
The size, type, style of the crate and the way it is filmed and recorded will be made available to the
The executors will be informed.

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