Textual Space

Parm Kaur

1 September 2005 to 2 September 2005

198 Contemporary Arts & Learning

Textual Timespace was a series of poetic sound and image installations which investigated intimate interactions between individuals within the public white noise of city life. It explored creative metaphors based on theories of simultaneous action found in Einstein’s theory of relativity and postmodern approaches to visual and Live Art.

This installation broke new ground in science-art investigations as the poet and interdisciplinary artist Parm Kaur, recently featured on BBC 2‘s DNAsia, BBC Radio 3 and 4, created new work which elucidated the similarities of scientific and artistic reasoning on how the passage of time affects our understanding of truth.