Sjoerd Beijers, Confess to the Syntax of Spider's Web
a room without shadows
devised like the partition of a violinist’s play
The Anthropocene brings a shared temporality upon all lifeforms on earth, connecting extractivist policies to the increasingly toxic breast milk of Innu communities. As well as the food market in Wuhan to the human regulation of distance between themselves. Our realities are increasingly entangled, and due to the Western urge to divide and classify we grow more and more incapable of tackling our shared problems.
Weaving together a computer-generated Japanese shapeshifter, a body of milk and spoken word, Confess to the Syntax of Spider’s Web attempts to suture the perceived to be separate fields of nature and culture/technology.