I worked with Argentinian Artist Roberto Jacoby to realize Darkroom, an installation which was exhibited at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) in the fall of 2005.
From the MALBA website:
Darkroom is an installation in which twelve performers act in the most absolute darkness; a blind theater performance. There, the actors are anonymous - they wear masks - and do not see the public or other colleagues; As if participating in an insane scientific experiment, develop the actions of life, from the most everyday and apparently irrelevant to the most dramatic. In this situation of absolute blindness, a viewer entered the Darkroom alone with an infrared night vision camera through which he can see the actions of the performers.
In addition to the black space of the Darkroom, there were three booths that had television monitors and a switcher. In these private booths, additional spectators could see what was taking place in the Darkroom as if they were in a security booth.
Darkroom performances in Darkroom were performed on fixed days and times. To participate as spectators, visitors (over 18 years old) had to sign up in advance.