The other side of two
An installation in three distinct yet interrelated parts in the form of a photograph, printed words and sound - with each of these works comprising of two sides respectively.
Two photographs of the same scene taken from opposite sides are fixed back-to-back and suspended in the space; on walking around this, disconcertingly disparate scenes are visible on each side of the fulcrum of a sleeping figure.
A line of writing (a concatenation of words beginning with the letter O) is printed on both sides of a hand-held card, which necessarily needs to be turned to be read, and may be turned again, and again.
The sound consists of two recorded tracks of clocks ticking that may be registered as one and/or the other. This conversation is an infinitely varying one, as each of the two differing tones and rhythms constantly shift in relation to each other and the listener.
The Wild Pansy Project Space, University of Leeds 2015.