Site-Specific Installation for 'And you, what do you worship?' Exhibition, The Crypt Gallery, London.
‘Reality has barely had time to exist and when you begin to believe in it, it is already disappearing.’ - J. Baudrillard
The distinction between representation and reality has completely fallen away. We live in a constant state of processing, transforming and defining the facts of existence. Fragmented and reassembled through our filters of perception, the 'real' dissolves into unequalled shapes, forms that only exist within our own and unique conceptions. As we question the world’s apparent factuality and the reality principle, we may come to realize that all these spaces we inhabit, built onto each other - from virtual to real / from real to virtual, captured and liberated - they’re just visions. If we want to grasp the vision, we get hold of nothing.
video - Eli Kasavi
sound - Piece for four pianos, Morton Feldman