is everything all at once enough
2-channel video projection, sound, 4-way deck block, moss, light, electronics
How does one listen purposefully when presented with an array of distractions?
This installation is the result of a site-specific sound performance that took place at Rose Hollow, a provincially significant wetland of Ontario.
Utilizing field-recordings from the dense, wetland environment, collected video footage of flora and fauna, as well as a 4-way deck block overgrown with moss found at the performance location, one is presented with sight, sound, and the scent of moss from Rose Hollow. The plant light is deactivated as the proximity of bodies within a space approach the 4-way deck block, resulting in the starving of necessary light to the moss.
is everything all at once enough investigates how one listens to eco-acoustic cues when bombarded with multiple sensory elements.