Using livestreaming and video chat feedback loops, hurl outward at a certain pace documents how a physical site (the gallery) can be made to fold back on itself again and again in digital space, maping how place is performed in a digital ecology. Constructed from documentation of short performances in the gallery, the work captures one body in one physical place as it traverses the various hard and software sites of digital networks.
The two installations are created to be viewed separately however, those that wish to, can view both at once using their own personal devices whilst inside the gallery.
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The hurl outward project website will be live from 3rd September: