The island without a shore
This work has been supported by the Sunnhordland Museum, Norway
I made this work while as was invited at the Halnoy Kloster Artist Residency in June 2012.
Long days of the solstice period, lighting and the ever-changing weather, made palpable how the time and weather affect us jointly.
“The island without a shore” is a body of still images, videos, lumen prints, which attempt an immersion in a body who becomes a landscape and then explores this relationship to time/weather.
In french language, an homophony between “time” and “weather” links the two concepts: “le temps”.
The narrator evokes an unexpected physical experience that leads her to
feel the surrounding landscape as a manifestation of her inner life.