Breathing Room is a reflection of the moments between, caught in space and time. Acknowledging what is between
here and there;
inside and outside;
mine and yours;
me and you,
is evidence of the story that is missing.
How does looking beyond illustrate more than does focus?
Working with sound, space and the moving image, I am considering the space between things, looking at the fractures and relations across space and time, and the things we marry more often than differentiate. The imagery both projected and apparent communicates through what is withheld. The space is empty, bated, yet inseparable from the life that it has housed. Visualizations of breath, confessions, and asks still occupy in their absence. The soundtrack, which travels between rooms, offers potential only in recognition of what came before. What structures do we really need to envisage a story?