Pushed, pulled, kneaded within the space. It hangs, drapes, conceals the contents beneath it. Time moves slowly in unison with it, creating a blatantly physical deterioration under the forces of entropy. The pure physicality of the material is familiar yet alien as it flows elegantly while remaining weighted by it’s natural gravitational pull.
Push, Throw, Drape is transformative as it explores impermanence through the materials’ ephemeral and temporal stages. Spontaneous, quick actions are the backbone of the process as it relies on the initial motions of the author to fuel its creation. The live, aging process of deterioration is unable to be pinpointed. It gradually forms into new phases of itself that ultimately affect its movement within the space.