Birth (2017)–day and night

Birth (2017)
Site-specific installation over a river in Zakopane, Poland.
Up until Nature destroys it.

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ley lines | UP NOW

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ley lines
Fall exhibition at The Wassaic Project
with Sabrina Barrios, Kat Clear and Colin Radcliffe
October 7–December 16, 2017

ABOUT :
Ley lines are ancient paths in the landscape that are believed to have spiritual significance. Viewers will follow a path throughout the ground floor of the Mill that will lead to all of the pieces created by the three artists. The works of art showcased will offer a look into what these dimensions may look like. With their works, the artists look to ask the question, “Could these otherworldly spaces and places exist alongside our everyday watching us as they remain unseen?” The artwork displayed will offer a unique viewing experience.

Epic of Creation

1. APSU
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Epic of Creation (2017; 3 site-specific installations in the woods of Finland: strings, fishing wire, wire, UV flashlight; with audio guide and drawn map of sites and myths/cosmology)
1. APSU
2. MUMMU
3. TIAMAT

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The Epic of Creation is a 3 part site-specific immersive experience that tells the story of the end of matriarchy (and how the patriarchy took over). Through research on ancient myths and neglected history, these pieces depict cosmological events to question what we understand as truth.
Along with the geometric installations built around the forest, a map and an audio guide were created, so the viewer could locate these pieces while listening to the ideas that motivated the work.