Liminal Scope is an immersive light and sound installation, in which three rings frame the transit
of light through space. The audiovisual score enmeshes harmonic frequencies, rhythmic motion,
and gradients of color, orchestrating a narrative which navigates tension and release.
Our form of reality is mutually constructed by our perceptions along with their limitations. The
installation's rings form an aperture that focuses and reveals a spatial quality of light, which
usually remains unseen. Liminal Scope is a meditation on these perceptual limitations as they
relate to our shared and individual perspectives on reality.
Hovver is a collaboration between Brooklyn-based artists Chris Lunney and Katherine Brice.
Chris has a Bachelor in Design and Technology from Parsons, and Katherine has a Masters of
Architecture from RMIT University. Through their individual and shared experiences, the two
create work which investigates physical perception and spiritual philosophies.
The two work through the process of play and experimentation to investigate the perception of
light, sound and space. These experiments are then developed through the principles of design
and iteration to present works that focus on the viewer’s experience. Their work leads the
viewer to become a participant, which aim to manifest visceral, ethereal, and introspective
moments within mind and body.