Luke Jordan (London, UK)

Works explore and speculate on the temporality of the human as one among many decaying material forms, in active metamorphosis.

An anomalous merging of affective transmissions and sensory forms in grotesque entanglement and interaction between repurposed objects, artefacts and technologies, detritus, raw materials, cacophonous sound / human movement and gesture, spoken words, and unintelligible vocalisations; at once both exorcism and false revelation.

Being irrational and ambiguous, with no single meaning, they function as experiments in the foregrounding of the non-hierarchical interconnectedness of the world beyond appearances, and the emergence of possibilities from the chaotic disorder of active matter; the formation, disintegration or destruction of human identity within a hallucinatory material world.