A fibre-based installation, with embroidered and heard nuances, (no subject) will softly question how the current and future digitised environment has altered identity and intimacies. An act of personal divulgence will at once observe both temporality in relation to ‘stamped’ data dependent communications and the role of historicity within narration.
The homogeneity of ones’ and surrounding curated selves will be examined to facilitate a dialogue orbiting how this fragmentation foreshadows shared human experience.
Clara Bradley is a Melbourne-based visualist working primarily with textiles. As the director and curator of TENDERNESS Projects which function to facilitate the production of artworks with a focus on the quotidian human experiential evolution of digital relations; she seeks truths through inherited craftsmanship.