i am not really lonely these days

3 minutes 51 seconds
movement, video, text, sound  

i am not really lonely these days is encountered as a screen-based duet between the artist and the lens, mediated by language. it is a trace created through an intersection of —  or a correspondence between — the moving body, moving image, and moving (text) phrases. with the camera body as an extension of the human body, the work blurs physical bounds, simultaneously suggesting intimacy and distance, obscurity and exposure, visceral abstraction, and a surfacing of the ungraspable >>