[ four-channel video installation ]
Within a seductive embrace of banal, quotidian spaces, Level reveals a public space that feels private. The city becomes a mirror for the moment of 2005: suppressed, conflicted, rushed and longing.
The visual imagery is composite from various locations in several domestic cities – below ground, street level, elevated and sky space. Between each panel set moves a spatial element of the city, recognizable yet transformed within a forced horizon. The movement is shifting, and ever-changing as concrete becomes sky, surface becomes structure.