WHERE WE ALL MEET
By Kristina Pulejkova
Where We All Meet is a research for a two-part installation work consisting of water screen projections and 360 video piece. The work uses the European eels’ journey as an analogy for the human strive towards self-fulfilment, the seek for that utopian place and state.
It is thought that all European eels spawn in the Sargasso Sea, in the western Atlantic. No matter where they live, once sexually mature, they turn a silvery colour and make their final arduous journey to this one location, driven there by instinct. Yet, there is no scientific evidence of where exactly the eels are spawning nor what the act looks like. Scientists have so far only speculated on the occurrence of this mysterious event.
The project has been developed as part of the FLAMIN Fellowship Programme and it’s supported by the Arts Council England and the Fenton Arts Trust.
Camberwell Studios London
AMY DAKIN HARRIS | REBECCA NAMGAUDS | VANESSA MICHIELON | MICHALIS THEOPHANOUS
AMELIA SHIVANI HASARD