Tamara Jacquin

Dreaming the woods III

The project “Dreaming the Forest” speaks of the ephemeral experience of standing in front of a tree; of the incorporeal experience of remembering nature. The third piece in the series is a video installation, in which you can see a body with a body artifact that helps to remember the living forest, the action takes place in a skeletal landscape desolated by the cold. This piece talks about the memory of the forest. The work is a contact with the earth, a connection with nature that is evoked by the music of the wind.
The video-performance is projected on layers and layers of silk of different textures. This silk interlining is hung over a brass tube which in turn is hung from the ceiling. The layers of silk give the moving image a three-dimensionality by fragmenting the image and replicating it in the different dimensions expanding its reflection.

Factsheet

Dimensions
204cm, 136cm, 200cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight
5kg
Year
2019
Material
Textile, Metal, Video
Style
Installation, Performance
Theme
Installation, Performance
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