Studio view of the research residency at Est-Nord-Est résidence d’artistes (Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Canada)
I continued working with finding entrances to the geologic time and bodies. I was researching how the seemingly non-living and non-moving participates in the making of living and moving, how the stones and meteorites have entered human lives, and how would it be possible to communicate with the geologic in the simplest of ways (through listening and touching). The name “Living or Nearly So” is referring to a sentence found in “The Overstory” by Richard Powers.
This residency was kindly supported by Stroom Den Haag and Cultural Endowment of Estonia.