Interval 1/Listening Tree

This installation was designed and conceived during my time at Kandada. I was reminded of a scene in the film by Wong Kar Wai, In the Mood for Love, where Tony Leung speaks into the walls of Angkor Wat. In this installation is the representation of a tree. Its form is rough, like the polygonal wireframes of virtual trees in computer programs. A sound resonates from within the tree where there is a hole. Looking into the hole, it appears as if you are in the back row of a cinema. The film is partially obstructed by the people sitting in front of you and the film is blurred. It is a small undiscovered world.



New Media Installation
MP4 Portable Video player, cardboard, sound, mixed media
400 x 150 x 50 cm

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