⇧ 10 OCTOBER – 1 NOVEMBER
“About 99% of our body is made up of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. When you cut yourself, the wreckage of the stars spills out. To a vast cosmic being, each of us would appear to be… on the verge of disassemblage and dissolution.”
Void is an installation on the verge of disassemblage, it has a hint of mise en scène, traverses the intersections of anthropology, consciousness, metaphysics and tourism. Inspired by Lynchian films of the surreal, the objects which inhabit real and imagined narratives of growth and dissolution.
It dials up the living dialogue among silent things. Left unattended and oscillating between the staged and the unselfconscious, these objects exist in an abundant exchange between over past and the future, the animate and the inanimate, the true and the false, the artisanal and the industrial, the secular and the sacred, reality and fiction.