"Since 2014 Xin Cheng and Ziggy Lever have embarked on a series of walks and conversations. Rambling through our local neighbourhoods or wandering along the route of an underground lava cave network, we come across places, objects, smells, sounds, and images that might lead us in a different direction. The indeterminacy and precariousness of this rambling opens up an attitude of being in the present, where pauses and silences are just as important as the content of our discussions. Driving Behind a Very Animated Tree was made spontaneously whilst driving together in 2015. It is part of a series of videos, drawings, sound recordings, and texts that will be shown at the Audio Foundation from the 18th November - 12th December 2020."
A video by Xin Cheng and Ziggy Lever.
The past unfurls in the rearview mirror.
An encounter with an object that doesn't quite reveal itself.
A dilapidated mansion-like birdhouse sits on the grey horizon.
This video documents an aspect of the installation title (to be specified) as it was on the 4th December 2017.