Uncovering pathways, 2012-ongoing
site specific assemblage and performances
Based on subtleties, minute adjustments, working with shapes that are predetermined by site, objects and environmental narratives Uncovering pathways, 2012 is an ongoing dialogue between Heldon and Raffan. Communicating findings, intuitive and emotive they collaborate one by one instigating the other. Using a variety of found objects such as leaves, seaweed and seed pods they bridge elements. Both making arbitrary choices within specific and unrelated sites either together or separated. The results, creating sensitive culminations of a process surrounded by the acceptance of transience and imperfection.
This process has been carried out on Bruny Island, Tasmania; Centennial Park, Sydney; Swansea, Tasmania; Port Stephens, Australia; Ilulissat, Greenland; Seyðisfjörður, Iceland; Heimeay, Iceland; Rotterdam, Netherlands. Uncovering pathways will continue overseas whilst Heldon and Raffan attend residencies in Greenland, Iceland and the Netherlands in 2014.