We are not so indifferent now, sharing a collective not of nature but of the memory of film, television, and narrative artifacts. Our bodily movements becoming vessels to be filled, our lives a momentary synapse searching to connect floating fragments of what was to create self. That which has made us so different has made us so indifferent. The medium is the message, which has brought the end of the message and the end of the medium. The apocalypse is finished, all the real has become residual and our destiny is to repeat indefinitely the phantasms of what was. All that was has been poured back into a flowing stream to become the naturalness of media. Ask yourself: if I were to strip away all those influences, could I conceive of my life? The medium and the real are now in a single nebula rendering truth and the real indecipherable. Not So Indifferent is an immersive installation melancholic and fascinated by the forms of disappearance, our disappearance. We revel and reveal moments of interactive synapse between the “self” and the medium of images in which we all swim. Using three physical points of reference, a door, a window, a table and chairs, the viewer encounters three archetypal settings that link the action of life with an imaged portrayed. Walking through a door triggers any number of clips of doorways, thresholds and moving into another reality. Looking through a window triggers a longing, a searching, a looking from one reality to another. Sitting at a table triggers a conversation, human communication. In each archetypal setting the viewer is superimposed into the clip, a ghost floating somewhere between the present, past, and mythic

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