Some thoughts and research materials include: the lowercase Latin alphabet letter of ‘m’ as a locus of pleasure and dissent (mmm being a universal sound of release and a call to pause, what does aaaaa mean?), the prospect of a theatre of objects as a site for exploring material intimacies, how to create an image sans single point perspective, objects that have been held accountable for the curve of their history, and self-orienting objects, such as shuttlecocks and satellites. 


This short video work, urchin, is the first of a series of videos wading through these notions. The text and imagery in urchin is especially concerned with the shape in relation to traveling beyond with a sense of urgency and need: shuttlecock (the net), the larval urchin (the sea), the sputnik (the edge of the planet.)