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One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch

‘One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch’, 2012, Installation, David Roberts Art Foundation, London.

Intended as both a sculpture as well as impossible object of thought, the fiction begins with a thought experiment implicating both gallery space and reader, and spanning two floors of the gallery, continues through the gallery floor.

The installation draws from a thought experiment of William James regarding the localisation of consciousness and requires embodied and physical navigation, drawing into awareness that the changing perspective co-constructs the narrative.

Installation Views (upper and lower gallery, DRAF, London), 'One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch', Lisa Skuret, 2012

Installation Views (upper and lower gallery, DRAF, London), ‘One Damn Thing After Another or An Empathic Mirror-Touch’, Lisa Skuret, 2012

Installation View (upper gallery, DRAF, London), 'One Damn Thing After Another or An Empathic Mirror-Touch', Lisa Skuret, 2012

Installation View (upper gallery, DRAF, London), ‘One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch’, Lisa Skuret, 2012

Installation View (lower gallery, DRAF, London), 'One Damn Thing After Another or An Empathic Mirror-Touch', Lisa Skuret, 2012

Installation View (lower gallery, DRAF, London), ‘One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch’, Lisa Skuret, 2012

Lisa Skuret, 'One Damn Thing After Another or An Empathic Mirror-Touch', 2012

Installation View (lower gallery, DRAF, London), ‘One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch’, Lisa Skuret, 2012