A person with a lack of direction is described as “a fly without a head”. Walking aimlessly in the suburbs of the mind, once again caught up in questions of the past. Observe them, flying above the table — each one of them moving in its own cyclical motions. At the moments they cross paths, their trajectory erratically changes.
Gloria Avgust’s interdisciplinary practice is simultaneously non-linear and transformative. By attempting to formally relate to the undetermined footing of temporality, often through coincidence and intuition, she explores principles in which subjects and surroundings inform one another. Avgust willingly immerses herself in ambivalent questions which guides her practice to search for potential meanings, while honouring the narratives around the sensible spaces that inhabit us.