Caution, workers below (termite ouija board)
|Caution, workers below||2016||performative sculpture||multiples|
|(termite ouija board)||Artwork and image © Perdita Phillips Photographer Kathy High||the nonhuman|
|Performed by Love Letters to Other Worlds audience|
|print on paper, wine glass, furniture||edition 7/7 digital prints available||$440 digital print
$1100 full installation
|Project: from below||2016-on|
|Exhibition: Love Letters to Other Worlds (as part of Hacking the Anthropocene)||2016||IWCS Dickson St Space, Newtown, Sydney|
In an era of uncertainty about action in the face of complex and dispersed environmental problems, the Anthropocene asks us perhaps to infiltrate change as much as anything. Participants at this evening of art, conversation, exploration, and digestion will be encouraged to show their debt to (un)charismatic others and ask the world of invisible beings about what our common futures might hold.
Caution, workers below (Termite Ouija Board) takes the form of a modified ouija board, designed to communicate with the world of termites. It was part of Love Letters to Other Worlds (7 April 2016, an evening of art, waste and invisible others) for the Hacking the Anthropocene symposium.