Works I took notice of:
I like the open ended invitation to sit on the bench and become part of the installation. as well as the “rambling poetic monologue troubling over the nature of death, the nature of representation, and death as representation”. In the recording she says “This is my voice unrolling in your present, my past” such a simple way to point to the ephemeral quality of time and identity.
simply for the design of the installation and the many whispering stories
the use of sensors makes this piece interactive. Sound commands space and creates motion. It is a very intimate piece.
Sisters of Menon 1972-1979
I’m interested in automatice writing… would potentially try it out.