Lost in Translation is a response to the increasing role that real-time technologies play in our lives. Largely processed based, her practice is a kind of palimpsest: the partial erasure of what has gone before, the outcome of one work feeding into the next. Here, a record player points to how the physicality of the real world is being lost through the translation into digital data, as an unlabelled LP record spins on repeat.
Lost in Translation
sound installation, 12 min