Through a discourse of motion sickness, this interdisciplinary work weaves dance, time-based sculpture and live performance as it tends to melting glaciers, grief, slow terror and the soft sublime.
A woman devoted to swimming around the world is forced to stop as her lungs fill with liquid. Drowning in open air, we find her in Iceland attempting to photograph a mirror for Craigslist without being caught in the reflection.
Exploring the ontological sensation of simultaneous radical intimacy and radical alienation with the body, this work ponders the palindromic loop of self and other. Fumbling with the absurd and tender companionship of our own reflection in the world we perceive.