Gratitude Permeates Childhood
Vaporized audio recordings, silicon cast, dry skin, sweat, pigment from erased google images, plants processed by removing chlorophyll, aluminum structures, hand molded acrylic glass; video.
The series of works investigates the correlation between the agency of non-human entities involved during post-traumatic stress disorder treatment, therapeutic material practices and the implicated distribution of visibility.
At intervals, the projection appears in the space. A code was developed to insert text inside the binary code of a digital video, hence creating a continuous glitches. Footage of Virtual Reality simulation reenacting trauma altered by inserting text of a child imagining the future.
Part of ongoing collaboration with Dr. Sharif El-Leithy, head of the centre for Traumatic Stress Service of the Springfield University Hospital, London.