Fiction and Loss is an interactive installation composed of video and audio noise.
It is about distorted perception, subtle layers of life that we often fail to notice, about presence of persons that used to be here in dislocated time, deconstruction and fear, about feelings and beliefs. It’s about what is left behind in an empty gallery and what remains within the mind of a person that has been wiped blank of all knowledge.
“Noise can blow your head out. Noise is rage. Noise is ecstatic. Noise is psychedelic. Noise is often on the edge between annoyance and bliss. Noises are many things. Noise is a difficult concept to deal with.”
(The Aesthetics of Noise, Torben Sangild)