Noise -vs- Silence
"A thing, until it is everything, is noise, and once it is everything, it is silence".
The transmission of signals, becomes increasingly more dense, and information tends to degrade into entropy, noise, absolute vagueness. A truth appears because an event interrupts repetition. It is a thing, that we cannot name, but we decide to remain faithful to, to take the chance of examining it. It is a message that demands decoding, before it becomes fully apparent. Yet, if its meaning became absolute, thus namable, the whole process of interpretation and construction of truth, would collapse into silence.
A multimedia installation.
Photos by Cathy Cunliffe