To some Place Yet to be Imagined
Acrylic resin, metal, score
Close one ear, listen
To some Place Yet to be Imagined is a work that playfully engages with the gesture of closing ones ears. It consists of a cast of the isolated hand gesture – a sculpture coming out of the wall – that looks as if it would point somewhere, the place yet to be imagined. If performed, one can listen to the sounds traveling through the architecture of the building as well as the sound of ones own tensor timpani muscle, the low rumble one usually hears when closing ones ears. During a performance the hand seems to point through the auditory apparatus to the brain, the place where imaginations manifest themselves.
Drawing/Score by Teuta Jonuzi