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    The Earth is mute but she makes noise, and to attune ourselves to these atmospheric qualities means to sense out and give name to the movements o… Read More
    The Earth is mute but she makes noise, and to attune ourselves to these atmospheric qualities means to sense out and give name to the movements of particles, cells, sand, aerosols, molecules, dust, ash, and pollen; the same with fluids, drops, currents, streams, drift, turbulence, evaporation, volatilization, thermodynamics, breath, and odour; likewise even for fire, flames, plasma, light, fields, forces, beams, energy, gravity, reflection, inference, magnetism, and transmissions. These particulars act and interact. Their morphological qualities—the forms they take on as they undergo relational movements of transference—settle into temporary states, only to resituate themselves. Read Less
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Created as a Work-Study Intern for Blackwood Gallery. This video expands on the newest Exhibit "The pen moves across the earth: it no longer knows what will happen, and the hand that holds it has disappeared." a curated work by Christine Shaw, including artists Ismaïl Bahri, Pascal Grandmaison, Sarah Anne Johnson, Tim Knowles, Jennifer Rose Sciarrino, Kara Uzelman & Robert Wysocki. This video gives a behind-the-scenes look at installation, and provides exposition with interviews from some of the artists themselves.
 
 

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