Taryn Kneteman creates installations of expanded cinema in which dream-like gestures well up within habitual routines. Her practice is a space for contemplating transformations of water, weather, and porous boundaries of the body. Her work combines video, sound, paper, furniture, and doorways.
Cuts, repetition, mirroring, looping, and simultaneity are methods of time travel when working with recordings. They shift the linear playback of past>present>future to become more like the cycles of seasons, spirals of weather, translations of memory, and ruptures of coincidence. The tunnels and pathways made possible by recording, editing, projection, and assemblage suggest that somatic, domestic, civic, and social spaces are not as fixed as they seem.