a touchable distance is a performance/installation that explores relationships between where we are from and where we are, between earth and sky, between human and non-human.
How do you touch an impossible thing?
an imagined place, a crease in the continuity of distance.
How do you connect with something deemed a thing for eons,
even as eons are alive in its very material.
How do you feel its rhythm, its time signature – a different baseline?
‘Let your imagination change what you know’