“The hard part of standing on an exponential curve is, when you look backwards it looks flat and, when you look forward it looks vertical. It’s hard to calibrate how much you are moving, because it always looks the same.”
Human Human Human; The Choreography of Contra-Intelligence starts from the juxtaposition of Silicon Valley’s tech-elites and Renaissance men; and their capacity of building the future. Taking the counterpoise as a sculptural translation for the multiple orientations of a body, this work is also composed of a three part installation.
They do not stand for an individual but rather resemble an agency.
They are standing independantly and attempting to search the verticality of the
body. Because we can never give up on the verticality.