Passive Data Not Assimilated
Metal, clay, volcanic sand, mesh net, vibrating motors
Passive Data Not Assimilated explores notions of time, deconstruction through the grid and natural phenomena. Bringing the trickle of rain indoors through a mesh net holding sand, the subtle sounds of sand grains falling into each other attempt to induce a mode of microscopic listening. Placed next to a piece of wedged clay, through which a hefty metal grid has been left to push through for 3 days, there is a contrast between the seemingly static and the subtly mobile. Through sensitisation, a hint of a feeling is conjured, a feeling that everything is moving, in the most indiscernible ways.