Can Co2 be eaten by invisible butterflies?
 


Can CO2 Be Eaten by Invisible Butterflies? 2015 6-Channel video-composition with sound, 5:35min, looped Self-contained video-sculpture, acrylic pills, video screen embedded in  white finished acrylic case 19.6 x 19.6 x 4 in (50 x 50 x 10 cm)

Can CO2 Be Eaten by Invisible Butterflies?

2015
6-Channel video-composition with sound, 5:35min, looped
Self-contained video-sculpture, acrylic pills, video screen
embedded in  white finished acrylic case
19.6 x 19.6 x 4 in (50 x 50 x 10 cm)

A series of Pills veer away from the recurring circle-shape motif, focusing on the threat of extinction of the earth's major pollinators (and therefore of our food): the bee, the bat, the butterfly and the hummingbird.

The movements of dancers communicate the likely mutation of each creature due to artificial reproduction, ultimately resulting in their essential nature being trapped in a pill.