Where is your connection? Be alert to the connection. The sign warns if continuously explore the possibilities of connecting or not. To think about this warning, do you need to go over or turn around? What the most are you concerned about? Do not be lost in the deep sea.
This work is a part of an ongoing investigation into how to communicate what is it feels like to live/deal with chronic pain, disability, rapidly declining mental-health and overwhelming external stresses in a time of isolation and uncertainty.
This artwork allows visitors to explore a number of different 360° panorama views of busy streets in Taipei, where you are invited to collect sentences from people talking and then use those sentences to make your own poem which can be downloaded.
This artwork is for desktop only.
Blob is a direct product of its surroundings. Blob changes its structure in response to its environment. It is a gooey, uncomfortable and alien-like creature. It absorbs and digests information, appears everywhere and looks different depending on the place it has appeared in. Blob is a final point and a conclusion of what is around it.
My practice originates from my interest in the ocean. The underwater world differs dramatically from non-aquatic landscape. I intend to use my work to enhance public awareness of ecological changes. Empathy, was filmed in Hainan Island, China. It provides the visual representation of seabed structure and the scale of bleaching.
I’m a London based multidisciplinary artist from Slovakia with a specialisation in colours. My practice focuses on research into the relationship between human and the language of colours. In my work, I’m proposing speculative futures, where we as humanity will be communicating through light and its frequency.
Both the human mind’s images and the memory can be a temporalities. The subconsciousness can be envisioned as a flow, which is absorbing and changing forever and ever. I draw the basis of creative activity for the audience, an un-concretization, symbolic and an atmosphere of motions, to create some kind of mood in unconsciousness for audiences to feel the life.