Sculpture, video and sound installation.
This work articulates psychological states and boundaries; the way that an interior self is constructed through memory, context and experience. I explore what occurs when the integrity of this interior self experiences a radical displacement in one’s own environment, language, and/or culture. In this installation I suggest we carry our personal boundaries/frontiers with us wherever we go. I explore how the self-defined limits of an out-of-scale stage can here become a tool to fulfill a child’s dream: a memory layer to overlap past and recent events. While the sculpture-stage compresses and oppresses, the resulting video performance conveys how one’s power to expand can reside in creativity.
Sculpture, video and sound installation
Video duration: 3 minutes, 9 seconds
Sculpture: Theatre Trunk
Materials: Wood, tile, plexiglas, metal and neon
Dimensions: 60″ X 23″ X 25″