I was invited to create an exhibition for REDUX Contemporary in South Carolina. I unveiled a performance and a new mural which requires the audience to completely shut off their phones in order for the music to be heard. Many aspects of the work are either hidden or purposefully misleading. The mural itself will be up for one year, a musical score by Scottish composer Thom Norman. (We have collaborated before on the performance 'Equilibrium')
The lobby space has been altered into a monochromatic intervention using the same color as the mural. REDUX serves as a hub to the community oriented art scene of Charleston. By altering the advertisments in the lobby the events around town appear as a collective whole where artists are making Charleston a more interesting place.
"This method continues: free-spirited interventions, each a collabration with the artists, move me from room to room. Small cast 'gemstones' stick to the wall and serve as concentrated punctuation points between Heeres' large air-filled sculptures and Isaac Richard's grainy self-portraits. Next, delicate wood tines build a geometric structure that literally bridges space, reaching from the walls of Richards's photographs to the pedestal supporting his video's projector - making a physical connection between the still and moving images." - An excerpt from Sarah Turner's contribution for the exhibition's catalog.