Screen Kiss is a two minute single channel video produced for the No Live Girls project, a group exhibition of video works designed for the (now demolished) No Live Girls peepshow emporium in New York's Times Square. For this project, each artist was asked to produce a short video to be played in a coin operated peepshow booth where, for the price of a dollar, viewers could enjoy contemporary art instead of the expected pornographic film.
In Kissed, viewers watching this video were the direct recipients of a two minute deep and passionate kiss delivered by the artist.
This work was exhibited with No Live Girls (NLG) in peepshow booths at the Lusty Lady in Seattle, WA and San Francisco, CA. and screened at lectures given by NLG in universities across the US.
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