Coven Berlin recently published a text, Looking at the moon, twice, by Gabriela Gordillo, which references our work. It’s a short poetic essay juxtaposing two aspects: Gabriela’s father’s dedication to taking photographs of the moon, and the repetitions and layerings inherent in our durational work, Minute/Year.
The constant of the moon is change. Every time you look at it, you know it is in transition and it won’t stay for long. It’s always on its track, certainly not waiting for you. But eventually, despite making no promises, it returns. Its second constant is recurrence, which makes the whole thing not a goodbye but rather a slow dance.From Looking at the moon, twice, by Gabriela Gordillo
The piece also includes an audio version read by Cathy Walsh.