We are just animals, humans, and machines getting on together in specific lifeworlds
An interactive sound work to be experienced in Finsbury park. Head to the Furtherfiled Gallery and access the work via QR code on your mobile phone. For offsite visitors a simulation of the work is also available online.
‘Follow this sound work as it leads you across the park to meeting points for animals, plants and strangers. As you listen, consider the needs of all these inhabitants and our symbiotic relationship that is increasingly under threat. Between heartbeats, vibrations and the alignment of crossing paths, this work sounds out a shared existence, putting these moments of connectivity with strangers of all species on the People’s Park’s Plinth.’
Commissioned by Breath Mark, a curatorial collective formed as a part of the Royal College of Art’s MA Curating Contemporary Art Programme Graduate Projects 2021, in partnership with Furtherfield Gallery‘s People’s Park Plinth project.