Four-channel digital film installation
35mm colour- stereo sound
35” seamless loop
Four 23" HD LCD screens and computer housed in a rusted steel-plate box
223 x 102 x 102 cm
Edition of three plus two artist's proofs
Breather exploits a rarely used stereoscopic technique to immerse the viewer in a mesmerising scene of desperation that appears to take place within the water-filled confines of a rusty steel-plate box. It is part sculpture, part film and part optical illusion. Its cyclical, mantra-like narrative counterpoints human frailty with human tenacity.
Two pairs of steel and glass eye-ports offer the only visible access to the interior.
Installation view at Punchdrunk's Tunnel 228 in the Old Vic Tunnels
Masked viewer peering through stereoscopic eye-ports
Breather viewers at Tunnel 228
Installation view at Tunnel 228