7 – 23rd May 2015
Proxy (take on me)
Jack A. Halls
Here is the function of the thing, the indifferent witness to our disquieted grasp of meaning.
Proxy (take on me) is poised, awaiting the complicity of a stranger, it’s characters born of proximity and rendered in reflection. They take on the momentum, tracing without mark, articulating without saying; a suspension between orientation and disorientation perpetually behind us.
The represented and the embodied are caught within a mutual gravity and by virtue of the poised action. The diagram enacts itself.