Loom II (or when you lick the back of my knees it creates vast holes in the fabric of time)

Loom II
Loom II (or when you lick the back of my knees it creates vast holes in the fabric of time), installation, 2015                                                                                Image credit: Andrew Barcham

Through an exploratory process Loom II (or when you lick the back of my knees it creates vast holes in the fabric of time), investigates how a device can engender an experience and how that experience might imbue the individual with knowledge and a greater perception of the internal self cocooned within an external world. The work is a practice, an opportunity to obliterate the external and allow for a reflective immersion that observes the passing of time. It is a self-imposed discipline, an épreuve, a method to test endurance, a submission to practice, and a means through which to observe one’s self. 

 

 

 

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