Shot in Hong Kong's seaside town of Sai Kung temple sea feng shui (2016)is a single channel video of simultaneous views mapping a feng shui sightline between the historic Tin Hau temple and the seafront. Built in the 18th century for the protection of seafarers by the Sea Goddess, the temple was originally situated on the coast before massive land reclamation in the 1960's and 1970's shifted the coastline a few hundred meters east.
temple sea feng shui was presented as part of Artist Week held in conjunction with the 2016 CIRCUIT symposium Phantom Topologiesin Wellington, New Zealand. The installation included sculptures that registers different flatnesses of the mapped territory depicted in the video, and using display strategies in response to turning Massey University's active lighting studio into a pop up exhibition space.
Etched perspex, plywood cyclorama
Single channel HD video with audio, 8 m 28 sec loop