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the space, the lost, the awareness., 2023, audio
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please listen with headphones.

the space is provided

it is mandatory 

you could call it the blank, the gap,

the nothingness, the infinity

or whatever helps you to describe it the best

if nothing helps

describing is not necessary

 

being in it, is a choice

but if you run away

the space will keep expanding

you will need to keep running

 

the space is a question

like the whys of a pure mind

 

the space is an invitation to getting lost

responding to the desire to be found

it is not an action

but a reaction

 

the space lets you listen

vision is tricky

vibrations are far more honest

they can be trusted

once you managed getting lost

 

the space does not get filled up

the more you throw in

the bigger it grows

filling it up

is not the purpose of the space

 

you do not try to make sense in the space

you learn to accept

 

the space is a collection of stillness

formed by constant flowing fluctuations

 

the space does not comply with time

it responds to clarity

by Neryhs Wo

List of participants:

 

Anagha Khedkar reading the space at the Ask a Liberian desk at the Swanton Library in Melbourne

Andy Thai reading the space at home in London

Billy Kelleher reading the space in a corner of the studio space the building 50 in Melbourne

Carol Cheung reading the Space at home in Bamberg, Germany

Edward Buckle reading the space at the studio assistant seat in the building 100 in Melbourne

Jason Lehane reading the space in his studio in Melbourne

Jazeel Ameen reading the space at home in Bengaluru, India

Joy Baek reading the space at her grandmother’s house in Yangsan, Korea

Junsei Oh reading the space at home in Tokyo

Kanas Tang reading the space at home in Montreal

Karina Tan reading the space at home in Hong Kong

Mairin Briody reading the space at work in Wadawurrung Country, Ballarat

Margaret Choi reading the space at an open space at Robinson Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

Miffy Kong reading the space in her living room in Scotland

Monika Thapa reading the space in Kent

Morven Douglas reading the space at home in Glasgow

Nancy Cheng reading the space at home in Hong Kong

Renee Wo reading the space at her home in London

Reo Yau reading the space in her room in Hong Kong

Rusty Ding reading the space at home in Aizawakamatsu, Japan

Shumeng Shen reading the space in his tiny little car in Hefei, China

Tara Garigue reading the space by the window with the flowers in London

Winnie Cheng reading the space at the open space outside West Kowloon Express Railway Station, Hong Kong

Yan Wang reading the space in her room in Xi'an, China

Ying Fu reading the space at home in Hefei, China

Zixian Hao reading the space in the room at Newcastle, UK

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