by Catherine

I’m a confidant liar.

As the sun sets, the clear wire that dips with the physical weight of the letters becomes invisible, the form of an insistent possibility of psychical weightlessness, an ability to float freely. A single light that later becomes an impromptu stage, draws viewers down a path that foregrounds bodily experience before we identify the textual and digital reach of the installation. We form a new environment from a space that exists, bounded in the physical by the Church of the Holy Trinity and the Trinity Square Labyrinth, and bounded digitally and temporally by the QR code and the timed expression of the artists’ letters.