This work investigates the aesthetics of posthuman bodies in motion – of merging bodies, manipulated bodies, multiplying bodies. The layering and screening of these bodies in slow motion creates and archives visual trails and visual memories of them that move and grow from painterly softness to sharp vertebral and spinal edges. While accidental, these are entirely purposeful, and suggest at outside-in/inside-out qualities of these bodies that are striking in their uncanny beauty.
Tommy Bourque, digital projection, 8 min 06 sec loop, 2017