The sound in the form of a word

Installation details, c3 Contemporary Artspace, Naarm (Melbourne).

The sound in the form of a word (excerpt), 2017, single channel high definition digital video, 13:23, continuous loop.

in terms of living

as a body

to relate or be isolated

from things we can’t relate to

It is as if the organic and the inorganic have re-found a possibility for intimate partnering. In this partnering, things reveal their subjectivity, while humans reveal their thingness, to the point where it becomes hard to say who moves whom, who choreographs whom, and who is choreographed by whom.
A. Lepecki

'The sound in the form of a word'

Accompanying text by Georgia Hutchison. Link to full text