Giants (After Rabelais’ Gargantua and Pantagruel, 1694), 2012
Two C-prints 40 x 40cm, Framed
Two Channel HD for projection, 25fps, Mono-mix, 5'47"
Exhibited in “Art as a Mode of Inquiry,” Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK, May 2012
The city, it seemed, could echo every sound contained within it, but with a delay, an uncoupling and then a release. Every sound was echoed an hour after the fact or its becoming. And then on the hour a digest was released—all that the city had heard before. Sometimes these sounds got children a free day from school, created babies or liquidated debts. The aural stasis was interrupted for only a moment, but every time, it seemed the most beautiful moment of the day.