Distances and trajectories in the city are oriented by the infrastructures that the metropolis offer, but are also determined by our own intentions and limitations. This three dimensional installation demonstrates the notion of territory as a constraint within an urban environment and after an emotional trauma. I invite the viewer to a collective understanding of the urban environment through my perception of limited navigation.
This liminal installation forms the shape of the “mile ex” area in order to delimit the stream of my unconscious and degraded emotions. It symbolizes the way my interactions with habitat have heavy implications on my daily routines and feelings. The imagery inserted in the installation document two distanced, emotional landmarks, but also symbolized the gesture of trying to reach out to someone .
Installation Feeling Topography, Glass Door Gallery, 6'x3', inkjet, wood, rock, plastic, plaster, pins, May 2018.