A Temporary disruption

Hold On is a temporary installation that aims to deploy joyful disruption in transitory spaces in an effort to emphasize our spatial, social, and affective experience in site. Through audio, colour, light, Hold On uses playfulness and levity as the means to counteract set connotations of a given space. Further, the work situates itself at the intersection of past and future mapped onto everyday life - negotiating the transitional moment of time in which we suddenly 'are here' and no longer 'there'.

The work builds upon an ongoing exploration of micro-utopias, self-awareness, and affective embodiment, in everyday vernacular experiences.

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