Zarina Muhammad
Surviving Eclipses (2022)

Bamboo, plywood, instruments, clay, incense, miscellaneous items
340 x 340 x 160cm

Surviving Eclipses is an invitation to trace, intercede with, invoke, and gently observe the interdependencies of different environmental knowledge from the entangled points of view of the non-human, more than human and human-made. Eclipses have long been understood as significant portals of transitory spaces and threshold-crossing, of disruptions and descends to underlands where we learn to see in the dark. The installation is presented as a geomantic tableau, as webs of works within a work that draws on intercessory acts, gestures and antidotes in times of crises, transition and transformation.

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