The exhibition explores the relationship between writing and animals, with an obvious preeminent focus towards the wolf — in its many guises. Louis Mason and TATYANA have both been invited to respond to the work, adding their layer of interpretation in the gallery through text, sound and visuals.
Louis Mason will read a commissioned piece of fiction that describes forms looking for bodies, after which TATYANA will present a new iteration of her audiovisual installation ‘Healing Harp’. Vast soundscapes of digitally processing live harp and imagery seek to tease out the dynamic between the ominous and blissful that is present in de Haas’ objects and her work.
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