One of four video works (mono, stereo, dark matter, waveform) first exhibited as part of the exhibition lowercase at Starkwhite in 2016.
"'lowercase' is a collection of four video works that explore notions of real-world vs. virtual space via natural objects found in remote locations in New Zealand. The video works of perpetually spinning objects seeks to offer a refrain from the maelstrom of modern existence whilst offering a critical and reflective space to consider the self within increasingly fragile times."
Installation view of dark matter (2016) Clinton Watkins, at Starkwhite Gallery. Photo by Sam Hartnett
An exploration of real world vs. virtual space via natural objects found in remote locations in New Zealand.
A skull continuously rotates, accompanied by a monotone soundtrack.
Real-world vs. virtual space via natural objects found in remote locations.
Limited Means = Maximum Results: An Interview with Clinton Watkins
CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams sits down with Clinton Watkins to discuss a series of recent works inspired by Stanley Kubrick, ecological awareness, and musical manifestos.
An Interview with Clinton Watkins
We have a reality, do we really need another one?