Eggs Change
is a piece of performative music theater which invents a bizarre creature to investigate intimacy in the concert situation.
Eggs Change
confronts the audience with a wormlike creature, hidden from view and seen only through video projection as it groans, gurgles and gasps a sort of music of its own.

Two audience members were pre-selected to experience the creature up close. They lay onstage as the worm "sings" and crawls around them, receiving the sounds and sensations directly.

The rest of the public looks on, privileged in their voyeurism yet denied proximity, only able to experience the work mediated through amplification and video.

Just as the worm and the audience members onstage with it are exposed on camera, so too is eventually the entire audience, who instead of seeing the conclusion of the worm's activities onstage instead watch only themselves.