I know what you’re thinking (2007) is a sound installation that examines the very act of judging others. From the endless comments and quips on any number of topics, to the anonymous protagonists in the work, all expose society’s dual fascination and revulsion with others. When people are not constrained by expected politeness and sensitivity, we are all, potentially, the subject of someone else’s prejudice.

Frances Goodman, I know what you are thinking, installation view, 2007

The text is taken from www.francesgoodman.com, where you can find more Sound Pieces. We thanks Frances Goodman to let us upload one of her works in Radio Papesse.

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