Pneumatic air. Noise. Pressure.
Abstract sound up and concrete vocal down.
Rise and fall.
This really is one of those "had-to-be-there" types. Certainly, no photo nor video document could capture the immersive qualities of this installation, the subtleties set up by the space itself, the acoustics, the alternating currents, the ebbs and flows both in terms of sound and vision. There was a time when I thought "body-bag" art would be a great way to encapsulate and address body issues, ones that extend beyond any individual being but certainly start there.