Collective Geology of the Erased Space

November 2004

Supported by National Endowment for the Arts

In Collective Geology of the Erased Space viewers are presented with an imaginary strata formed from those lost spaces between sites, machines, addresses, and links as if they had collapsed upon themselves. This strata is imbued with fragments of conversations, recollections, errant sounds and pregnant silences as if the memory of communication had imparted itself on the strata in some way. Stretched thin like the surface of a balloon, underneath the razor sharp cursor these sounds whistle like a fingernail across the surface of a drum-head.


Interactive | Memory | Sound | Time | Web Art


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