To come alive through rock’s images and sound, this interactive installation needs the viewer's lungs and guts. Breath becomes a hacker of the skin’s visual boundaries. A porous continuity between rocks and bodies of flesh emerges.
Below Breath Body Rocks is an immersive installation conceived as a living organism activated by visitors' breathing. Through an interactive and sensitive sculpture, we question the limits between the inside and outside of bodies through breathing.
Breath becomes a vector that transcends the porous boundaries of skin, "the boundaries between our flesh and the flesh of the world" (Nancy Tuana, 2008). Rocky materials considered - in the "West" - as inert or non-living enter into motion through video and sound. A continuity emerges between rock bodies and human bodies.
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