Dot dot dash
video / experimental video
morse code, sublime, communication
Dot dot dash is a video performance embodying the complexity of language and communication. The piece derisively highlights the absurdity of our actions by depicting a person trying to communicate via Morse code while hanging off the side of a cliff. My image-based practice explores the process and results of transformation through the use of the body as a performative object and its surrounding environment. By subverting the body through absurd and explicitly physical actions, I aim to dramatize crude yet genuine attempts to stay connected to nature and the human experience.