In Amphibious Trilogies island is used to refer to the range of concepts: a physical small body of land surrounded by water; a landmark in the ocean; a landing site for migrating beings, tidal rhythms and patterns, currents, island chains, archipelagos and distant horizons.
In all of these senses island is situated on a range of contexts and activities. Each of these is placed within the wider frame of an extended choreography and a choreographic extension of the ebbs and flows in, and around the world.
Just as islands are bounded and separated, they are also connected by water. Whether a paradise, a refuge or prison, to get to an island means crossing the threshold between land and sea. Above all, Island is a space for, and about linkages, waypoints and passage rites.
Yet, islands may also be about movements of thought, the mind in motion. These travel along and through physical and embodied experiences of island life, community and distant horizons.
But that’s not all. Here as in other aspect of islands, we include the notion of amphibiousness.
We experiment with these varied senses of island by challenging ourselves to work within changes of place, state, sense and motion.
Our amphibious selves also undergo changes in a dynamics of physical and imaginative movement, limbic and littorial.
Click & Drag: Rotate the view.
Right Click & Drag: Pan the view.