This piece is nomadically site specific. What stays constant each time it is set up is my bodily experience of the space - a strategy to create a uniform environment and a system for the textures of reality.
As an extension of me, my work adapts to where it needs to function.
I can build myself a space anywhere I need to manifest a presence, make my abstract existence concrete. Reality is elastic, flexible. I dont have to be constrained by the default, the straight lines of the room I happen to be in. I capture, surround and besiege the space. My space is supported by the seams that shape its structure, held up by its own weight, tethered to the walls by tiny hooks. A parasite hanging on to the walls of the room it inhabits - colonizing, dominating the space, yet it can be dismantled in few minutes - cut the threads, and it falls spineless to the floor. You are immersed, you move in and through the sculpture, the outside world ceases to exist. It is large enough to stand in, to sleep in, to live in; its dimensions vary according to its purpose. It is a protected environment. A national park, protecting endemic species. I am free to mould my experience - I can create and recreate my identity.