VICTORIA DOUKA-DOUKOPOULOU ⋅ A CATALOG OF ALL THINGS INVISIBLE ⋅ A BETTER WEBSITE ⋅ MY OLD WEBSITE ⋅ MAILBOX
So let's say, you walk down a path and you run into a snag, a dead tree, a unexpected drawback — a soarvi begins already in conversation, yet it doesn’t matter what we were discussing before diving in, before running into the soarvi, the big or peculiar dead tree that will remain a point of references in our walk. It is a non-linear exploration of ways to express thoughts like walks, ways to tell a story about time that involve getting to know all the participants — human and non human. A triple story; that of the landscape, of Sámi and of the West. In the slow pace of walking it works through time scales, from the pattern of forest developments to SI seconds, offering a peek into otherness.