‘Under a digital lake’ takes the form of a performance and installation that loops every 25 minutes; the audience is invited to enter an in-between space where a dialogue is hosted just under a digital lake. Here, sculptures, moving images, moving body, text and sound intermingle to construct an immersive landscape. This shifted world articulates itself as an intermediation of multiple corporealities, allowing wetware and software to encounter. The work intertwines personal memories and research on posthuman corporealities to question the notion of loss in our Anthropocene era.
Installation, sculptures, digital &moving images, text and performance: Laura Rouzet
Soundscape in collaboration with William Martin with the voice of Suzannah Hall and the voice of the shells.