On the Road to Dawn
Peter’s practice is concerned with exploring the boundaries of temporality, the phenomenology of time, and our own subjective temporal experiences. His practice is largely based on image making and video work, with a performative aspect that aims to grapple with these ideas through action and physical experiments. Ideas of determinism and causality, chronology and entropy, are central to his work. Exploring these ideas, with the goal of materialising this discourse, has culminated in a video work.
‘On the Road to Dawn’ brings the viewer on a journey taken by the subject, to get to an atemporal space. The piece is a three channel video installation, respectively displaying the remembered pasts, actual present, and potential futures of the subject on each screen. The work is an immersive experience that aims to bring the viewer into a subjective world, where realities converge and boundaries dissolve.