New Air, an installation in which the mutual communication between humans and non-humans is examined using wind data, a sculpture, and sonic exploration. With my work, I engage with the soft boundaries/boundarylessness that exist within nature, the mind and organisms of memory.
Air and breathing. They seem so harmless, ethereal even. But the state of these substances (oxygen, nitrogen) and how we perceive them is changing enormously. Sharing your breath with others feels taboo, infected, and insecure.
The project explores the concept of air as a messenger and as a consolation. I wonder whether landscapes have a specific range of language in their flora and whether their voice is held by the wind that travels through it.