Does the bird who flies with bats sleep upside down?
2-channel sound, car speakers, text, print on paper, car mats, fake grass mats, text, print on paper, 2 colors light, metal chain, 2018
Duration: 3.5 minutes in a loop
Mixed media installation that discovers (non)narratives of humans' and birds' voices, their trajectories and metaphoric values.
Text part of the installation is a poem which can be read vertically or horizontally. It consists of multiple variations of the saying 'better one bird in the hand than two in the sky' translated from different languages to English, combined with absurd comparisons of bird value to food and freedom.