Drops, Loop video, Rich mix gallery london, 2017
the looped video installation Drops (2017) was potent in its simplicity. Beginning with a grid of white lines on a blank background, one of the artist’s familiar mannequin’s falls—as though shot dead—into the frame, except it is only visible through a sub-grid, as though seen through a window. More and more bodies fall into adjacent grids, piling up in a confusingly flattened virtual space and poignantly suggesting the skewed mediatization of violence.
>>Excerpt from Ned Carter Miles's article in ArtAsiaPacific
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