MELT add new layers to artwork 'never odd or even'
Delve into another layer of time, and of this ongoing project from OVEREXPOSED residents MELT (Ren Loren Britton & Isabel Paehr). Interwoven across online and print media, never odd or even explores multiple overlapping perspectives on numerous temporalities. As the project unfolds in various stages and formats, this latest development presents an essay and transparent inlay and in digital and physical form. Both will be published in the forthcoming Issue #3 of Ecoes, a periodic magazine from Sonic Acts about art in the age of pollution. The inlay can be physically overlaid on a laptop screen to fit the ‘map’ on their website. The essay explores many of the same temporalities addressed on the website – and more – in theory and in detail, spanning perspectives that intersect physics, hormone therapy, disability studies and climate change, among many others. Both essay and interlay can also be viewed on the never odd or even site, and the article can be read digitally in .pdf form. The never odd or even site also already features multiple works that consider non-normative ways of experiencing, theorising, materialising and subverting being in time – opening to different temporalities through its evolving tabs: Map, Colophon, Meditation, Lecture and Ice. Visit the website here.