To See Place: Part 1 

Performance video, 6:21

This dock was constructed to respond to body weight. In engaging with the object, participants are required to negotiate with one another and the object, brought into an intimate relationship with one another and their environment.

This performance video gives us access to their experience through two opposed perspectives: the birds-eye view (drone or crane photography) as the language of infrastructure, a tool for us to step outside of a singular perspective to comprehend the greater whole; in unison with the first-person camera (go-pro), as the essence of a singular image, a personal and intimate look at an environment. These perspectives are held adjacent to one another, separate and together, giving us access to understanding the whole.

To See Place: Part 2

Plaster, monitors, reflective glass, 3 channel audio
15’’x 13’’ x 42’’