Sometimes I Feel More Awake When I'm Asleep
Exhibition of a dream-like sensory journey through the exploration of a series of rooms in a top floor flat in Inverness.
This multidisciplinary, participatory, experiential exhibition involved -climbing steps, looking out of the window with binoculars, opening and closing repeated doors, discovering hidden reclaimed rooms, encountering unfamiliar objects, watching shadows on CCTV* and hearing the live sounds of the pigeons nesting behind the walls.
* CCTV cameras were trained on secret corners in nature- watching trees and grasses in the sunlight and a sun-drenched pathway. Video footage to be added.
Moss was collected with permission from Forestry Commission and from sustainable sources.
Materials: SPS prison bunk bed, five condemned doors, three TV monitors, cameras trained on live areas of nature, CCTV room of various moss collected from forestry land, a statue of a sheep, 100 meters printed image of sheep, a pair of binoculars, a nest of live pigeons and sound system.
IGLU Artspace Inverness August 2012.