Iceland: Studies from the Ginnungagap

Included in this section are short thoughts and unfinished and finished works that have arisen from listening, research, and interactions with the life cycle in the fjord. What follows is an interdisciplinary visual language that encompasses writing, video, performance, and sculpture. My intentions are to notice, become more conscious in my reciprocity with the world, use materials that degrade back into the Earth, and to work with others. Questions beget questions.

To begin — watch and listen to the waves of Seyðisfjörður. The choral arrangement was created with 20 voices in the abandoned 70′ silo and results from complete improvisation.

To continue, head to Earthwomb under the Iceland menu header.

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