Exhibited at Blindside, 2022

Ekhō explores the social theory and sonic phenomenon of the echo. The work is presented as a dialogue between a holographic mountain and a chorus of smart speakers. From the Ancient Greek myth ‘Ekho and Narcissus’, through to current critiques of machine learning, the echo has been described as a condition of voicelessness, unfulfilled desire, loss and entrapment. This exhibition proposes that the echo is also link, repetition, an orienting device: a tense dance between subjects in a generative process of tuning.

You can read the exhibition's catalogue essay by Joel Stern, here

Documentation coming soon.