Brody Condon, LevelFive (2010)

LevelFive is a participatory performance by Brody Condon focused on critically exploring self actualization seminars from the 1970′s. During the event, the 30 players role-played fictional characters they created undergoing a two day program of intense exercises inspired by historical large group awareness trainings popular during the period. This performance first took place at the Hammer Museum of Art in September of 2010. It was supported by the SJ Zero1 Biennial, SOEX San Francisco, and the Hammer Museum in conjunction with their A.I.R. program with Machine Project.