artwork > Moving Matter (an attempt to meet in the astral plane)

"Moving Matter" Day 1
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 1
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 1
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 3
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 3
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 4
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 4
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 5
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 5
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 4
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 6
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011
"Moving Matter" Day 6
wheelbarrow, locally collected sand, physical body, astral body
2011

for B.

For 6 days, I was installed in Montserrat College of Art's 301 Gallery for the Holy Ghost//Personal Piety and Alternative Belief Systems exhibition. For those 6 days, I attempted to astral project while laying in a wheelbarrow filled with sand collected from a local beach. A constellation was drilled into the bottom of the wheelbarrow in the shape of the largest constellation that was presently visible from both Beverly and Reykjavik (the location of a dear friend). The sand trickled through the holes, a document of my micro-movements that accumulated in the shape of the constellation.