photos: corey rankin

In Crème Brûlée-Loop de Loops acoustic video installation, sound, motion and soft sculpture describe the territory between an inner world – based on self-reflection – and an outer world – based on cause and effect. The bundles of foil baking containers hanging from the ceiling explore concepts of Australian multiculturalism mixing French, English and American cultures together. They imitate the Italian way of displaying traditional culinary items while being reproduced by Chinese manufacture. These organic shaped sculptures of domestic objects become alive through the use of a digital video screen and multiple projections. They create a kinetic and immersive environment fusing the tactile with the visual and sonic. This mesmerizing installation plays with the mechanics of sensory perception, transforming the contemporary psyche into a physical space of awareness and reflection.

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