Single-channel video work
Double Fountain [After a water clock design by the Arab engineer Al-Jaziri 1136-1236] – projects an image of a curious device, a contemporary remaking of an ancient clock that uses the flow of water between two chambers to measure time. The sound of the water flowing through the device formed the basis of the soundtrack. The sculpture is based on an original object displayed in the collections at the Technion in Haifa, the first University in Israel and now its contemporary Institute of Technology.
The project reflects on the different nature and function of time as a continuum, time as an abstract quantity that is created by measuring devices, and time as a cultural phenomenon that frames narratives of history, place and nation.
Center of Contemporary Art, TelAviv, Israel 2011
South Battery Pier, as part of the annual Photopolis programme, 2011
Feral Experimental exhibition at UNSW Galleries in Sydney, 2014
Embassy for Water, NIEA UNSW Sydney 2015