A large group show in Leipzig curated by Dieter Daniels.
Kabin Fever takes place in an installation consisting of two identical wooden boxes approximately 1.5 meters across. Kevin McCoy is closed up inside one box, the viewers in the other. In Kevin’s box are various props and tools: a video camera, an audio cassette deck and tapes, drawing materials, photos, letters, and memorabilia from his past. The audio and video runs from his box to the viewer's box and is displayed on a small 5cm black and white monitor. Performing for the camera, Kevin re-enacts scenes from his past: experiences, dreams, fantasies, memories, etc.