Louis Braddock Clarke
Untangling Noises of Matter
This territory extends beyond its physical particles and molecular matter. With a self-made geo-tool, Louis Braddock Clarke captures the data stored and amplified by the magnetic properties of an iron ore storage site. Here, the land surveyor becomes an active reader of deep-time, present-time, and new-time, while constantly encountering temporal morphology. Entering this iron-core of signals becomes fundamental to the inquisition of invisible space and technocentric positioning.