E.V. (Longnook), 2015, with Dana Karwas
The high dunes of Truro, Massachusetts shoulder an unbroken perspective of the Atlantic. From miles off the mainland coast and high above the surface of the water, the ocean surface resembles an unbroken plain.
Lik a camera at human scale, E.V. places the observer at the position and orientation of the sensor plane, surrounding them with a featureless black surface in the interior, and using a white, insulated external cladding to reflect light and sound from the object’s environment.