Ghosts are not seen but heard

2022

MFA Thesis




‘Ghosts are not seen but heard’ is an invitation to cross a threshold, to walk through a portal to the foreign and the strange where eerie frequencies unsettle binary constructs of presence and non-presence, audibility and non-audibility, and life and death. Through listening to decaying matters we can make sense of what it is like to exist in the interzones between and beyond standard notions of humanness. Resonances, oscillations, pulses, and reverberations are by-products of many contemporary modes of consumption and reproduction. Diving into these aural environments offers the opportunity to not only understand but also feel some of the imperceptible logics of contemporary society by attuning to the disquiet dimensions of the vibrational systems passing through us.


With the aim to reduce energy consumption and display artwork more sustainably, this website is designed with black backgrounds, system typefaces and dithered images.



With the aim to reduce energy consumption and display artwork more sustainably, this website is designed with black backgrounds, system typefaces and dithered images.