Something in the Distance is a work that actively harvests and displays content generated during the time of exhibition. Devices that normally function in the background, as hosts to works on display, are equipped with tools that allow for forms of communication or contribution to the project as a whole. Some devices are equipped with cameras that document the duration of the exhibition from their own perspective.
Connected to a twitter account these updates are available to follow on your own feed or from the project’s website. This website is the front-page to all the gathered material, displaying different stages and elements on top of each other. The work functions as a proxy and allows for the curators and participants to communicate through and dissolve into. Both the online and physical part of the work shift between being a host, while constantly rearranging and establishing new assemblages from that same material.