‘Mortuarium loop’
Digitized scratched, spliced, hole-punched and collaged 16mm film, soil, silent.

‘Mortuarium loop’ reflects on tangible settings as sites of transcendence, where death enters the body, where the body was and is no longer, where absence occurs, where imagery of ephemerality and heaven overlaps with material decay and the observance of grieving rituals. It transmutes lived spaces into frames for loss and eternity. It occurs through a hand-attended process of removal.

Recently featured at ‘CALL ME WHEN YOU GET THIS,’ an exhibition hosted by the Urban Video Project at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York in December of 2020.

Featured on quaran.tv in Baltimore, Maryland in a solo showcase of work completed throughout quarantine on January 15, 2021.

Exhibited online at Apparitions 2020, a digital livestreamed group show co-curated by the artist and Zelikha Shoja on October 31st.