Related Legs (Yokohama Dandelions), 2001

Audio-video installation Dimensions site-specific Videos with varying durations, colour, sound

Related Legs (Yokohama Dandelions), 2001

Photo: Marcos Morilla

Pipilotti Rist stages complex multi-media installations wherein which the images, the soundtrack and the various sculptural elements are combined to create an immersive space of fiction. The various footage and soundtrack, of different duration, are asynchronous and hence generate an infinite number of combinations and experience. 
She creates eerie environments that recall the terrible innocence and acute awareness of childhood, an early, preverbal life stage in which the world is still dominated by images. Rist regularly stages herself in the film footage she uses, and tends to make use of all kind of filming equipment to collapse the notion of scale – i.e. footage captured by way of endoscopy combined with large-scale landscapes. Obscuring the boundary between viewer and work, reality and fiction, she posits the artificiality of those hierarchical, arbitrary categories and proposes a more fluid mode of perceiving the world.

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