Whistling through the crumbling sky
photography tripod, antenna, video, projector, fishing wire, wire, dust sheet
I documented a video of a sky, and it captured a sound of wind and cars passing by as well. The polythene is for making the feeling of wind and the strings is for making audiences wonder where the sound comes from. The antenna was draped around by fishing lines. The rhymes with the layers of transparent fishing lines and polythene are rearranged in the physical space where the material qualities of reflective plastics, which represent waterfall, are placed to produce a moving atmospheric effect.