The Eye That Articulates Belongs on Land shows in the group exhibition Transitory Dwellings, showcasing the transitory forms of existence that characterise our time.
The Eye That Articulates Belongs on Land focuses on a battle between nature and the man-made, set in an un-named place exhibiting signs of deep trauma. The artist explores the devastation of a landscape at the passage between land and water and its impact on the inhabitants. Long shots focus on human remnants and the return of nature. This unsafe post-human threshold, haunted by voices from mythology, reminds us of the temporary existence of humankind.