flesh. stick. stone / see through> site-responsive installation / inkjet print
flesh. stick. stone
installation | materials: inkjet prints, metal heater, rocks, 3D prints in PLA filament, sea salt, rosemary oil
see throughinkjet print, Ed. 1/5 (70 x 70 cm)
flesh. stick. stone and see through were created for the exibition ‘Materialities; energies’ at Gallery ID:I, in Stockholm, Sweden. Both works unfold from choreographic anarchiving and body-making, an artistic research project situated at the crossroad between choreography, feminist materialism, and anthropology beyond the human. The artist works from and with traces, both material and intangible, weaving them together in dialogue with the exhibition space, memories, and imagination, allowing a mini-non-site to emerge. The assembling of traces reenchanted in flesh. stick. stone connects the ground from different geographies: the Brazilian Amazon, Arnhem (Netherlands), a quarry in the south of Stockholm, and the grey floor at ID:I gallery.