Meditations on a Triangle

Russo, Karen
Meditations on a Triangle, 2010 is comprised of a video and a three art objects. It explores the application of Remote Viewing (RV) the psychic ability to see and describe remote geographical locations, or 'targets' to the exploration of outer space. The video work centres around an attempt by a Remote Viewer to psychically access an undisclosed target using only a set coordinates as a reference. During the Viewing, the Remote Viewer's impressions were documented and then delivered to three artists: Mark Titchner, Shezad Dawood and Jeremy Millar, whose different practices address questions of religion and spirituality, para-psychology and mysticism and their relation to ideas of modernism. Russo asked these artists to create new works based on the visual descriptions provided or respond to the process. In their responses, each artist freely projects its own preoccupations and interests.
  • Artwork Details: running time: 14 minutes
  • Edition: 2 of 3 + 1AP
  • Material description: HD video with three art objects by Mark Titchner, Shezad Dawood and Jeremy Millar
  • Credit line: © the artist. Donated by Outset Contemporary Art Fund.
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  • Accession number: ACC22/2011



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