the second plateaux presents:
Time particles of Japanese earthquake found in Chinese wasteland are the rubble of interactive projections. They merge with the city architecture, reflecting on the buildings. Recalling an imaginary climate change.
'Time warp' by Piotr Boćkowski 2014 Guangzhou, China
Performance by Benjamin Creek in search of his interactive projections benjamincreek.com/
Haunting music piece ‘Chimera’ by Blablarism (Oksana Zmorovytch) 2013 Kiev, Ukraine soundcloud.com/blablarism
Chinese subtitles by Gaga Kwang from the future.
Distorted footage from the earthquake in Japan 2011
"Time Warp" will unfold into a detached landscape of unspecified phantasy climate change. In search for a space full of longing or simply a desolated area that can be deformed into a heap of digital dust if not a synthetic leak.
"Time Warp" deals with concept that is transgressive in its roots. ‘Time warp’ presents an exotic natural disaster as trash, in a geographical and climate area different than where it have occurred originally. Furthermore, it’s going to be detached completely from any specific location and transform into a fictional landscape of enigmatic climate change, abandoning geopolitical borders in a subtle fusion of ecology with haunting mind states.
Picturing an earthquake and it’s haunting landscape that inevitably conceives the visions of the ever transforming Earth and its unexpected morphology as well as almost unknown climate change. The earthquake is an inspiring context for the idea of media, in which screens and their projections are emerging from the landscape as a scattered rubble of completely different time of planet’s history. Thus media occur as a geological or maybe even atmospherical phenomena and ‘Time Warp’ becomes a vehicle of those unknown futures of our living environment.