If not Fluxus, then who, I had asked Belmore the day before [are your performance influences]. She told me the story of the Micmac Indian who had been taken to France in the 16th century. “He was put in a beautiful garden to be the Indian at the party for all these wealthy people. They put a deer in the garden: he was to kill it, dress it, cook it, and eat it. They watched him for a long time, and according to the Micmac people, to take his revenge, he relieved himself in front of them all. For me, that’s early performance art. That’s brilliant. That’s my influence.”

—Lucas Iberico Lozada here