SVA MFA Thesis Project. Fall 2015
Interactive multimedia sculptural installation and sound 7 ft x 7.5 ft x 6.8 ft 2016
The installation is constructed with playful and nostalgic elements from the Space Race era, accompanied by various sounds emanating from the sculptural setup. The sound of a personal dream plays through silver headphones, while the sound of the Apollo-Soyuz transmission – the space docking of Soviet and American spaceships - resonates loudly from an abstract red map. This work aims to capture the impossibility of drawing a clear line between private and public spaces by exploring fears and dreams from the Soviet era. Additionally, it reveals the connection between public and private spaces through power relations and political struggles that construct shared inter-subjective experiences.