deep ending how you look
Wood, glass, brick
Fair market value: $1000
This work is part of a series of sea glass and water tumbled city brick collages collected in Rockaway Beach during the pandemic. As the sea inches its way into our homes and lives, physical remnants of a relationship gone awry are transformed into poetic artifacts. Their voices are a shared history between the sentient and non-sentient beings. As we straddle a precipice of a psycho-ecological drama, how we can shift our perception and relationships with the large ecosystem?
Dominika Ksel is a transmedia artist investigating unseen forces that inform our physical and immaterial realities. Through community collaboration, sonic sculptures, VR and video, they use gameplay and interactivity to map power dynamics, research consciousness, embodied cognition and interspecies communication. These experiential works draw on speculative fictions, techn0fem1n1sm, erased histories and invisible landscapes, exploring how technology and mysticism mediate our perception and interconnected ecologies.