I understand myself as I move through space. I exist through it’s memory of where I’ve left my footing. My legacy, fundamental trace, is bare motion, intangible, yet always present.

Flux explores space-time as a point of threshold. Continuously transitioning, never motionless actions push forward the notion of collective space. Why am I here and how many where there before me? Past and present merge, intertwine, leaving linear notion of time futile. Perceptive becomes intelligible, revealing the vastness of collective territory, history and legacy. Our trajectory collides with others numerously and through these encounters we exist; create traces, imprint memory.

The interactive video installation is triggered with motion of the participant. It captures and archives these actions real time and layers them on top of each other, creating mutual space of site-time specific collective memory.

Installation view in TAC, Endhoven (Netherlands)