In Free Fall


    In Free Fall


    Imagine you are falling. But there is no ground…. Whole societies around you may be falling just as you are. And it may actually feel like perfect stasis—as if history and time have ended and you can’t even remember that time ever moved forward.”[1]

    In Free Fall is a footprint of an empty plinth, constructed and suspended; an uncertain perspective, an altered horizon, an attempt to find new ground. In reference to Robert Morris’ Box [2]…, it is accompanied quietly by the sound of its unmaking.



    David Alesworth, Éilis Kirby, Carol Laidler, Huma Mulji, Sarah Rhys

    [1] Steyerl, Hito. © e-flux, 2011