THE TIME DWELLERS / NO MAN'S LAND
WALLS NO. 14&15
THE LIQUID DESERT PROJECT
The Time Dwellers / No-Man’s Land is a site-specific installation, materializing a junction between image, sound, sculpture and architecture.
The installation is an integral part of the Liquid Desert Project that I have been elaborating over the past seven years with the aim of mapping individual and collective subconscious space.
From the exhibition text by Selen Ansen:
"The exhibition invites the audience on a journey through subterranean, heavenly and terrestrial realms, subconscious territories, past and lost or fantasized and never-existed places and various landscapes. The installation No-Man’s Land is an integral part of the Liquid Desert Project that the artist Yehudit Sasportas has been elaborating over the past 7 years with the aim of mapping individual and collective subconscious space. Featuring the Room No. 10, the installation presented at Arter is structured by two black walls that function as dividers and thresholds, supports and surfaces.
The architectural structure of the room serves as a container for repressed/non-verbalised emotions, while the works that take place in it activate/transform an unspoken life material which exists in the collective subconscious outside of language and time."