Are Androids Covered with Electric Dew? explores how artificial mechanisms can change the way we engage with our physical surroundings, which are always evolving through invisible forces. By disrupting the gallery’s very own entropic environment, the different works describe the changing moments from invisible forces to visible and tangible things, and reveal the ambiguity between natural and artificial conditions. Such a disruption is similar to “singularity” in Mathematics, a point at which a surface, a construct, a thing ceases to be “well-behaved” and becomes uncontrollable or chaotic. Keeping this mathematical construct in mind, Caline Aoun’s works explore time and space’s intangible and ever-changing realms, and describe ephemeral points in time at which things become irreversible.
Photo Credit: Youssef Itani