The Galleria Project is a new series of public interventions in which a body is inserted as both an active participant and deviant, into a public space. Galleria is performed in Masonville Mall in London, Ontario. The participant uses the architecture of the shopping mall space for personal fitness exercises, exploring movement, stationary strength control, bodily control, absurdity, and private practices on public platforms.
Galleria was installed at Western University in November 2014 on three separate monitors, each with a double channel display. A total of six different looped channels play at once with simultaneous sound.