The Moon Belongs to Everyone Installation Documentation
The Moon Belongs to Everyone video installation includes multiple un-synced moving narratives composed of a montage of photographs and video projected on screens suspended at different heights. This architectural environment encourages the viewer to navigate around and through the artwork and functions as a metaphor for spatial dislocation. The artwork breaks apart and re-forms at its own rate and at the rate the viewer chooses to experience.
Installation Documentation: The Moon Belongs to Everyone, 8 Channel HD Video, Suspended Screens, Loop, 16:9, Color,
Stereo Sound, Black Box Gallery, UNSW Art & Design, October 2015