A non-reflective asymmetrical emblem of balance.
Chrome/Boundaries is an “overtly anti-expert” report of the long distance realities of documentation. Its images assimilate sight and hearing and the mechanics of audiovisual/information frames – relations at times incongruous. Things we see but do not hear, and things we hear but do not see through.
For Coppice, diffused phenomena and the promises of devices to capture it form “a non-reflective asymmetrical emblem of balance.” Unlike timestamps and aging technologies, spectatorship is a fluid standpoint, decentralized, perhaps non-local, like listening.
Executed, composed, and presented during Syros Sound Meetings’ Sounding Paths Residency (Ano Syros), and in Athens, July 2018.
Read: Imaginary Correspondence (2018)