In the audio performance First Person Plural, Nicola Unger
investigates the mechanism of thinking. She defines thinking as the
formation of sentences in the mind, as an inner dialogue. For the performance Unger works with a range of professional and amateur performers,
who will conduct conversations with themselves by responding live to
their own previously recorded sentences and words.
In collaboration with Nicola Unger Simon de Bakker developed
special software to play back the recorded texts at random. The
conversation between the recorded self and the performing self is
thus different every time.