(elephant in the room), 2014
Video projection on fiberglass, with two simultaneous projectors on opposite sides, continuous loop
5.4’ ft x 10’ ft x 2.5’ ft
the animal is absent (elephant in the room) is a video sculpture that explores the human perception of change. It is a meditation on time, and a world that is bound by it. Taking the form of a fiberglass sculpture of an Elephant lying down, hand drawn images are projected and mapped onto the body acting like the skin of the Elephant. The conventional narrative of time is distorted and stretched beyond human-time, creating an ever-changing and evolving object whose intrinsic character remains imperceptible to our senses.
Governor's Island Art Fair, 2014
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