"Lacuna" investigates an assembly of ancient and contemporary sculptural and time-based forms. Conceptual and formal theatrical strategies are used. In a room made out of silk walls, "Lacuna" consists of sculptures called Breaths, and a cast plaster assemblage. These objects inhabit the space in addition to 2 moving image video projections. One video features the bramble puppet on a journey between layers of existence. An additional video, projected on the outside of the silk room, is the abstract Water video by collaborator Mateo Galvano, who contributed the ambient soundscape. The theatrical space invites a contemplation of stillness and movement.
This piece was featured at the Currents New Media Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico in June of 2019