Working primarily through the medium of water's connective and transformative power, this multimedia exhibition - LIVING WATER: in flux - opens a conversation between human affect, Arctic ice-melt and extreme weather events thousands of kilometres away. Through these personal experiences Annique Goldenberg seeks to find and share her response to a call for environmental responsibility, care and humility as she works in aleatoric* partnership with her materials.
In this time of climate change fatigue, installation practice offers an opportunity to engage multiple sensual perceptions. Using sound, smell and vision, Goldenberg seeks to evoke a personal and embodied ecological consciousness placing herself and the viewer firmly in the landscape.
* Aleatoricism is the incorporation of chance or random events into the process of creation.