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Body I was on a hike with my friend Michael Queenland and he described an object that he'd found at a flea market that he didn't quite understand. Through language he was trying to delineate and create shape. It made me think about Giacometti's “Hands Holding a Void” (1934): a female figure holding up her arms and trying to create that space. In my video, Invisible Object (2016), I gave my subjects conceptual parameters—to describe an encounter or an experience of an object that they didn't quite understand and to use as pure a language as possible to try and build the object in words and gestures. I worked with different shooting angles, from above and straight on, taking a bird's eye view, so as they speak they begin to build this collective imaginary space through the memory evolving. In a way it's how I construct a piece. Holding the memory of the tension of the body with the subjects, building a space. The physical objects in this installation, the ropes, the jig, are trying to activate the space in-between these phantom structures.