More Than Glass
DescriptionThis piece represents the virtual convening of five strangers at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, each of us responding to the reality of suddenly being plunged into a life of almost total isolation. We squinted at each other through flat grids on glass screens. Over the course of months, gathering in a back alley of a digital megalopolis, we typed columns of words about philosophy, symbolism and identity, Bruce Lee and King’s Cross, poetry, the I Ching, Ancient Kemet... We typed our frustrations and joys and obsessions at each other. Time passed. Time is still passing – and meanwhile we weave together our experience living walled off from the world we could touch, creating from our reciprocal estrangement this ever-shifting tapestry.
2160 x 1215 px