The LA-based artists introduce their five-channel sound piece and audio-visual installation showing in the space for seven-days with a text describing the site from which their field recordings were taken. It also explains the way in which they’ve been compressed, recorded, reassembled and altered through digital processes mirroring natural erosion:
“…a migration of materials occurs. Ceramic sculptures are taken to the site and field recordings are brought back. The materials break apart before coming together in a new form…”
The text —written in a similarly descriptive though poetic prose as the one from their earlier Spirit Matter exhibition at Oslo’s Podium —is then written out again backwards, perhaps in an attempt to represent the feedback system and resynthesis of the footage and sound on show.
See the Human Resources LA website for details.**