In Collaboration with
Agat Sharma, Tom Oliver, Ainhoa Hernandez Escudero
DUST can be understood as a collection of particles: an epicenter for experimental energy. A place where practice can creates worlds, settling on things it cannot, should not, but must do: Dust forms a shifting landscape. It travels, transforms and and takes the forms which it settles on.
Dust is a place of practice. A place where practice is possible in the future. A place where practice can create worlds. Dust forms a shifting landscape. Settling on things it musn't, shouldn't, couldn't and should've, could've and must have. Dust is a shifting landspace. It travels and takes the form of which it settles on. It is a place of practice. DUST can be understood as a collection of particles. But is also a game played between gravitation, wind, matter, time and the surface. It is made up of strong forces and not just of particles.