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Desire Paths

, 2019


  • Installation
  • Two Mackie SWA1801Z Powered 18″ Subwoofers, four QSC passive 8″ wall monitors, inkjet prints, JBL Bluetooth speaker, concrete, neon snow poles, Philips hues bulb, laptop, sine tones

Presented for Bard College, July 2019

The work was introduced as follows:

A desire path is defined as, in short, “a path created as a consequence of erosion caused by human or animal foot-fall traffic.”

This work functions on a loop, with two primary site activations inside the building, the effects of which extend to the outside perimeter of Avery. I suggest navigating the work independently, as your aural attention will perhaps be more available in this way.

Article 17 of the Bard College Exhibition and Installation Policy states “No projects are allowed which may cause bodily harm to oneself or to bystanders.” This work adheres to said policy.

Desire Paths, installation view
Desire Paths, inkjet print, 31.5" x 42"
Desire paths, installation view