Loom I

Loom I, performance/installation, 2015                                                                               Image Credit: Justin Bachelor

Through an exploratory process Loom I 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.

Exhibition photography by Justin Batchelor