The card game originally called Keys consists of 52 playing cards with a printed word on each side.

Cards are 10 x 7 cm

First performed in 1974 at the International Festival for Democracy in Chile, Royal College of Art, London in collaboration with Alistair Mackintosh.

The performance of the Power Game holds a mirror to our preconceptions and our fantasies of power. There is no script, no actors, no rehearsals. I use people's normal behaviour and their reactions to the situation in which I place them. Fifteen people are invited and asked to come ‘power dressed’ to play a gambling game. The rules of the game are similar to Chemin de Fer.