Low Roaming Cloud
( 2019 )
A performance and sound installation Low Roaming Cloud.
The audience is invited to lean in the installation closely, rest their heads on a white furry body and listen to a poem that is spoken and sung melodically from within it. The work explores the vital politics of care in an interdependent world and emphasizes nonhuman agencies.
Through touching and the haptic as a sensorial universe of nurturance, intimacy and interconnectedness Low Roaming Cloud materially rearticulates relations of care.
It becomes a meditative exploration guiding us through the consubstantiation of motherly care, the presence of a lost non-human friend, a Lamb's Ear plant and bedtime folksongs of a rabbit and a fawn.