Cell in the New Body (2006)

Moving image poem mixes text into image-phrases pushing the boundaries of perception and the conscious fixation on identity.

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From primordial soup, a cell forms. Over time, many cells group together, forming larger and more complex entities. Each person, now a great ball of cells. What will be the next step in evolution as each one of us becomes a cell in the new body?

This work enables the viewer to watch their mind at work. Words form into images, activate meaning, label and influence visual perceptions. While this happens, the viewer is able to disassociate from the workings of the mind, watching it as an operating mechanism, and through this separation, a watcher/entity is revealed.

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