4 minutes and 52 seconds, continuous loop. Dimensions variable. 36 x 79 x 12 inches edition of 3
A display monitor lies on the floor playing a hand-drawn animation, originally created 2020, depicting an abstracted, celestial skyscape that changes throughout numerous environmental changes. The many drawings, each a frame of the animation, have been tormented through being punctured, faded, crumpled, and exposed to both fire and water, creating a flickering jump-shot effect. The accompanying otherworldly score was captured by a NASA rover in 2019 and is a recording of wind blowing across the surface of Mars, the first sound recorded on the planet. Two large stones sit atop the monitor: howlite, known for its calmness and absorption of negative energies, and snowflake obsidian, known for its equilibrium between light and dark, bringing balance to two opposing sides.