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“Meditation on the tension between past [and] present”. Paul Young, Art Cinema.
Monocular View sees artist Kye Wilson responding to the unique character of Fort Brockhurst, using time-based media to create a new immersive site-specific video installation.
Re-contextualising the forts’ history he will offer audiences an embodied experience, blurring the distinctions between time, place, self and other.
Monocular View was inspired by the imagined views looking out from the fort (‘field of fire’ defence positions, now overgrown) combined with those looking into the fort (from the perspective of an invading enemy).
Each viewpoint slowly dissolves into an oppositional one, achieving a sense of “continuous present”, the feeling of experiencing the present moment unfolding and disappearing.
Monocular View has been commissioned by Space Interrupted.
Space Interrupted is generously supported by Arts Council England and partners English Heritage and aspex gallery Portsmouth.
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