Surface Creep by Sarah Walker


Sarah Walker Surface Creep, 2019
Binaural audio work. 14’42.
Created for Tropical Lab 13 at LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore

Anchored in the real space of the LaSalle campus, Surface Creep is a walking tour that works between worlds. It uses the bleed between narration and diagetic and recorded sound to disrupt the spaces between truth and fiction, present and future.

Set partly in a future where Singapore has reclaimed so much land from the ocean that the world has become a giant dust bowl, the work uses fictive inquiry to bring ecological disaster into the present. (Sarah Walker, 2019).

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