An immersive sensory narrative spatially woven of architecture, performance and installation.
From the remains of a lost civilization people reconstruct something completely unknown, an object-monstrum, the Object-monstrum explodes. We know this! The end. The end of the world!
— Tadeusz Kantor


3-4 October 2009

A multimedia installation as a personal exploration of the idea of cultural displacement, memory, fragmentation, and identity. With a lifetime of movement between three continents, disparate places and their memories fuse together into a surprising new landscape, an impossible space at once magical and monstrous. Viewed through a hole, a sound and light sculpture unfolds inside an enclosed space (a lightproof booth), where video projections, paper, broken glass, and a fan combine to animate this "object-monstrum".

Location: Polish Combattant Hall, Toronto

Part of "Concurrence II" exhibition organized by Art Initiatives

Toronto Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

With support from the Ontario Arts Council

Materials: 8'x4'x8' lightproof booth (black corroplast panels on wooden framing, brackets), white cardboard, plexi glass & mirror shards, plastic spheres, string, video projector, lamp, sound)

Short trailer

Section through peephole booth