The Quick Draw Photo Booth is a portable, participatory, portraiture performance.
A voice from inside the booth invites people to come in and have their picture taken. What follows is a familiar routine: come in, sit down, peer into the camera lens and wait for the flash bulb. Unique to this experience however, is a live photographer hidden in a tiny room behind the camera. The audience does not see the artist, but through the camera the artist can see the audience. Some entertaining banter is exchanged as 3 photos are snapped followed by a 3-minute-or-less “development” phase. This “development” is actually a quick drawing of each photo onto a paper filmstrip that is offered as a keepsake.
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