View of Me, 2017
- Take in the view of me! -
A bodily memory of rhythms and mechanics involved in the making of the sculptural object and a pondering on landscape contemplation
An exchange of attributes between receptor-bodies and body-receptors, that cushion, wrap, envelop, compress, bend, stress, strain, tearInherent to my work the relationship with categories of the natural environment and geological space is recurringly related to globalized extreme biopolitical conditions. In my videos the individual acting body appears as an interface with surrounding elements that cannot be reached except through primary experience. In View of Me this kind of physicality is extended to the relationship with the sculptural object, the body mechanics and the rhythms involved in its making.