Aliases for a reason

Two-channel audio installation (19 minutes), sculpture, 2015-2017.

Below, a 2.45 minute excerpt from the full work.

The story was written during a Research Residency in Art Writing in April 2015.

A recent iteration of the work was shown using stereo sound, during the solo exhibition Anonymiser Particular at Alex Hetherington's flat 'No. 35/elongated domestic gallery space/The men and women are referred to in the text as', Bannockburn.

The work was originally shown using a single speaker, in the exhibition In Parting Glass, in 2015/16.

A connected sculptural object is also part of the work, which has changed form from one iteration to the next.

Documentation


Installed at Alex Hetherington
Sculpture: Installed at Alex Hetherington's flat 'No. 35/elongated domestic gallery space/The men and women are referred to in the text as', Bannockburn, 2017.

Installed at Summerhall, Edinburgh, 2015/16. Photo; Peter Dibdin.
Sculpture: Installed at Summerhall, Edinburgh, 2015/16. Photo; Peter Dibdin.

Installed at Summerhall, Edinburgh, 2015/16. Photo; Peter Dibdin.
Sound installation with head scarf and rubber ring: Installed at Summerhall, Edinburgh, 2015/16. Photo; Peter Dibdin.