Easter, 1998

I explored the pornographic nature of peeping and the religion of voyeurism in this installation. Commenting on Easter's shift from a sacred Christian holiday to a celebration of sweets. Depending on the viewer as an active element, the piece evolved as people danced with peeps, stretched to peer into windows and burned marshmallow treats.




4 Star Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
Liz Nofziger ©1998