(in)sensible was a review of 2020. A year in which we oscillated between order, the imaginary forms of cohesion and wholeness, and collapse – the broken signal of ruptured political processes, a slew of fragmentary transmissions that interrupt and displace the ideas of cohesion and wholeness.
Rings, pages, ribbons – swirling red and blue forms. Fishtanks in an aquarium. TV’s lined up in a big box store. They might recall the flux of political life, an x-ray, the interior / exterior of our sense of place – or simply provide a quiet moment of peace…..
(in)sensible was presented in December 2020 as a solo show at DuPont Underground in Washington DC. The work spanned 16 projectors in the site’s repurposed underground line.
The work was made up of over an hour of media, with associated soundtracks for each segment. A series of projectors in the centre of the space were linked into a single display / image that spanned a vast landscape image split by the gaps between the screens.