fuorange artwork description
Internet art, Matrixial theory, Bracha Ettinger, feminist art, subjectivity,
known, unknown, borderspaces, encounters.
Screen grabs from fuorange
‘we need to theorize dimensions of subjectivity that
move between elements of several subjectivities whose shared
borderspaces can become thresholds of affect (emotion) or even
This project began with a desire to articulate a feminine aesthetic
that supplements orthodox notions of subjectivity by drawing
on the pre-natal space of encounters with known and unknown others.
The project was led by Kate Southworth in collaboration sound
artist Patrick Simons and transmedia artists Christina McPhee.
The final piece brings together Patrick’s sound processing
and generative music design that he produced from the location
and voice recordings, Christina’s photography and html
edits and Kate’s progressive movies.
The paper Articulating Matrixial Space, written by Kate Southworth
and collaborative internet art work fuorange, contributes to
the discourse within matrixial theory.