A Camping Tale
       
     
 Silk blood spurts from the performer’s chest, showing the audience the dangers of being impaled by a boar tusk.
       
     
 The boar’s head transforms to a skull, denoting a later part of the story.
       
     
A Camping Tale
       
     
A Camping Tale

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts, May 25, 2019.

Performance runs approximately 10 minutes.

The harrowing campfire story of being discovered alone and defenseless in the woods by a wild boar is told with simple props and a costume that evolves with the performance.

 Silk blood spurts from the performer’s chest, showing the audience the dangers of being impaled by a boar tusk.
       
     

Silk blood spurts from the performer’s chest, showing the audience the dangers of being impaled by a boar tusk.

 The boar’s head transforms to a skull, denoting a later part of the story.
       
     

The boar’s head transforms to a skull, denoting a later part of the story.