privacy intimacy performativity

whose privacy. when. how much. who can utilize it. who can weaponize it. which privacy infringes on boundary. which boundary is another persons trigger. when is capitalist individualism being branded as privacy.

touching. physicality. being together in a room. it is powerful to be together in a room. it is powerful to touch another body. not all bodies want to be touched, in a moment or ever. touch is not always consent.

by performing and repeating performance we become more of what we are performing to be. by repeating what we mean to be through the process of performing it becomes part of us and dialogues with what it means to be real. performance does this. when is the performance of care “actually” care.