She is never alone, even though she sometimes prefer to be alone.
They are here, always here.
They. You know.
‘Power is everywhere; not because it embraces everything, but because it comes from everywhere.’ (Foucault 1978, p. 93*)
We are surrounded by voices telling us what’s right and what’s wrong. In the rhizome of truth and post-truth, everyone has her/his say about everything. We listen, ignore, adapt, resist and compromise in the hyper-narrative world.
Phantoms of 20C is a world of intense, unnameable mental conditions in a 40-year-old apartment in Hong Kong, in the form of voices/noises from within the house and penetrating from outside.
Waltzing between what is internal and external, sight and sound in the work become thick, undefinable textures, forming a journey into darkness, with muffled dialogues reaching for experiential transformation.
*Foucault, M 1978, The History of Sexuality Volume 1: An Introduction, Pantheon, New York