In “apokálypsis: an uncovering,” Toddd Molinari and Francis Dot explore the intense redefinitions of spaces that began in 2020. The ways in which we relate to places, objects, and other people is undergoing a radical shift. Like trees and fish whose growth rings tell the story of their environments, will art made during this time be imbued with the possibilities and consequences of apocalypse? How do our negative spaces have a different energetic charge?
With these questions in mind, the artists created an assemblage installation with multimedia objects, which stand in relation to the questions posed by grander cycles of space. As these unfamiliar edges of ancient sequences surface in our world, the artists hope to uncover new types of relational experiences for the viewers and participants.