Transient Boundaries in a Place of Dispersion
The source for this work was a place called Mokau. The place provided me with a locality in which to formulate a response to global warming.
The search sought to develop ideas for a response to global warming through an exploration of physicality and materiality, trying to create a tangible reality.
Did reality become any more truthful within its origins of place? I was left thinking about how what is physically present is balanced by what is dreamed or imagined. The awakened physical state creates a tension that reaches a breaking point as knowledge is received through the body. This knowledge is stored in a coiled or compressed state, holding onto its facts and creating an uncomfortable tension by its withdrawal.
Is there another reality where dreaming and imagining unlock knowledge? A rhythm repeated by a sequence that is so familiar that it is no longer seen?