In collaboration with Tamara Knapp
oscillation. resonance. flow.
We are in the Anthropocene of complex machines and unnaturalness. We have lost our symbiosis with nature, the natural. To approach the concept of nature artistically we start with water, the source of all life of all that is natural. We examine water for its possible methodologies within the states of aggregation, which we want to couple with social issues. We compare the natural and the unnatural. Adapt concepts of human-made technology and the accompanying programming languages and systems with those of the naturally organic. A nonlinear retransformation of things:
We are in search of the intangible, the gaseous.
We are in search of the facts and the stable.
We are in search of the morpheous, the fluid.
The methodology of the transformational states of water in its aggregate states shall serve us as a chain of treatment for this. In order to reach new stages of a state, we have to use methodologies like melting, freezing, boiling or condensing. The states themselves can only be transformed and changed by external changes. The consideration of this leads us to the human-nature-relationship, which we want to question in this case critically and on three levels artistically. We want to put these connections in relation to each other and ask ourselves the questions of origin and will to action.