Groove Bardos

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Groove Bardos is a temporal spatial installation (duration 8:30).  It consists of a mirrored Han Dynasty Burial suit, a clear vitrine box, and sound and projection with the source material of camcorder footage that the artist took as a raver in the 1990s.  The installation is orchestrated along the diasporic states of consciousness, as defined by Homi Bhabha in his seminal post-colonial text, The Location of Culture (1994).  The liberating science of groove studies, a disavowel of colonial collections, the impermanence of self, the Tibetan Bardos, and the hauntology of 1990s Gen-X rave culture are tied into this work.