Sutures of The Summer16:10 Video Installation, 2021
Duration: 60 seconds
Soundscape: Mantas Kriaucionis
Sutures of the summer is a visual sensory series that link between the defunct Turbine Hall (Tate Modern, Bankside) and the absence of public activities in the 2020 lockdown period.
The Sutures series attempts to recreate a mindful state through different visual perspectives and spatial transformation. It centers around the Remains of Sutures, a hybrid body that extends skins and tactile experiences to visual elements. Various postures and body scales intersect on each other in a weightless void. The work locates the hybrid bodies in three different spaces - the Void, the defunct Turbine Hall, and reality, in which time and texture convey light and spatial change.
The Turbine Hall (Tate Modern, Bankside)
The Turbine Hall, a significant space that has hosted international proclaim artist’s works, remained defunct during the 2020 lockdown. Questions arise, what does the public sphere stand for at this moment? What could it be?