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Paul Notzold's question: “Who Are You Afraid Of?” Answer: “The man I am becoming.” Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com
Paul Notzold's question: “Who Are You Afraid Of?” Answer: “The man I am becoming.”
Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com
Paul Notzold

In a slight twist, performance artist Paul Notzold uses cell phone SMS technology to allow an audience in a designated place to interact with his art by text-messaging their thoughts from their own phones. It's all in real time, uncensored, and anonymous.

Another answer: “Does this gun make my butt look big?” Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com
Another answer: “Does this gun make my butt look big?”
Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com

Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com
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Photo by Paul Notzold. www.txtualhealing.com


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