A collaboration between Chloë Bass and Bill Dietz, Your absence is a like a drug for me was created for the final Month of Performance Art-Berlin. The project appeared at and around Berlin’s Liebig 12, for Sounding the Alarm: Theories of the Anti-Sight I, curated by Panoply Performance Laboratory.

The project is a co-written text that appeared as a series of simple prompts on stickers. Each prompt was designed to inspire a feeling of closeness between audience-members, with the inspiration to “collect all” the messages by moving throughout the space and discovering intimacies.

The full text of Your absence is like a drug for me can be downloaded here.