Elinor Lewis with Nuria Legarda Andueza
Orchard is about risk, about testing thresholds. It teeters between disaster and success, prolonging that state until it becomes uncomfortably apparent. Orchard reveals the space between human and object as a charged territory of conflict. It explores how, as humans, we affect change in our environment as much as our environment affects change in us. Orchard poses questions about what happens when this reciprocal relationship is subverted. What happens when the dynamics of power shift, so that the inanimate dominates the autonomous?
Goldsmiths and The Place.