'Heimr' is a project that continues an inclusive practice across photography and archival research, with engagement of empirical subjects including geology and astronomy. Underpinned by a conceptual framework, the relationship between Eddic myth and NASA organised geological fieldtrips to Iceland in 1965/1967 exists at odds with Euclidean geometry, a consistently exterior view of space which forms a gap between our intellectual concept of space and our sensory perception of it. Eddic myth and documented training of Apollo astronauts both depict space as historical locations, existing only as concrete fragments that are not continuous. Through my own objective experiences 'Heimr' (world) simultaneously refers to a dialogue with the earth but also my encounter with other planetary bodies through 'analogue terrestrial sites'.
Karlis Bergs • Matthew Broadhead • Benedetta Casagrande • Dimitri D'ippolito • Jessica Davies • Amanda Gordon • Edita Kalesinskaite • Violetta Liszka • Georgia Lubert • Tom Miller • Siobhan Thompson • Dulcie Wagstaff • Joss Williams •