Daedalus (against walls)

A universe in pieces, abandoned, without hope, an image of the real…”

Louis Aragon

 

Daedalus was imprisoned by king Minos in the Labyrinth – a maze that he himself had built by order of the king. But the legendary architect later managed to find an exit from the Labyrinth and flew away.

Daedalus (against walls) is a fragmentary narrative about entrapment and the desire for escape; motivated by an entropic vision, wherein words and borders are meaningless, it attempts to evoke conceptual and visual networks that call into question our experience of time and the self as unities, thereby encouraging uneasy confrontations with persistent convictions and definitions.