This footage is especially interesting now, during this time of COVID-19. Offices, restaurants, and roads are virtually empty. Humans are removed from the space and the spaces feel emptier: even more so because the reminders of human habitation remain. Stacked chairs, a salt lamp on a desk, an empty swimming pool.
I don’t know how I came up with the idea, but when I was a teenager I had a realisation that of all the things you could do in life, creating art is a practice that is truly immortal. Growing up in Sydney: a highly developed, relatively expensive city to live in; I had the belief that … Continue reading Art is immortal