Zac Nelson and Maureen Keaveny
It wanders around the edge of an invisible boundary that depicts the phases of entropy and regeneration as they phase in and out. These shifting moments are imbued with a sense of the liminal, capturing a strange and indescribable sensation that defies definition. Time displaces a sense of belonging. The psyche morphs into earth, into detritus and becomes intertwined in shifting forms. What is left is a practice, a rite of passage, leaving markers in the path of the indefinite.