Freely Falling Objects (Reflections on meaning from the Flusser Archives)  | 2017

Gallery 308, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC), San Francisco, CA

Freely Falling Objects  was a site-specific light, sound, and video installation exploring the visceral connection between architecture and space. For the duration of the piece, the windows of Gallery 308 served as a portal or lens to project both on and through.  Inspired by the work of Czech-born philosopher, writer and journalist, Vilem Flusser (1920-1991), the installation examines notions of transitory space and our relation to contemporary nonlinear spatial experiences. 

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