‘Blind’ helps people ‘see’ human society

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  • Saturday, 01 Sep 2018

Eye-catching: The 28 performers walking past the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower in George Town, Penang. — LIM BENG TATT / The Star

GEORGE TOWN: Caked in mud, blindfolded and extremely slow, a group of 28 performers stopped passers-by in their tracks as part of the George Town Festival 2018.

In an urban performance titled Blind, the performers sent a jarring disruption to onlookers as they walked in the streets among the crowd, seemingly human yet less than that.

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