we just never know where it goes #2
_We just never know where it goes #2
installation / sand, rope, salt, mud, form, found objects / 2022
At former beach bar 'White House Horizont Beach'
This work suggests our own transience and the changeability of this world.
For example, when plants die, or when an old building is pulled down, or when
something is burned – it seems the things get smaller or fade out or become invisible.
But they don’t really get smaller nor do they even transpire into nothingness.
Rather, the transpired missing parts now exist somewhere else in a new form, a
WTAR #6 at Burgas, Atanasovo Salt Lakes, Bulgaria
Organized by Nia Pushkarova
In partnership with Symbiotic – Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation
Supported by USA embassy Sofia and French Cultural Institute
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