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The work Might yet still be reflects upon the ecological relationships between the human body and the intertidal environment. The work emerged in the encounter with the specific context of the intertidal environment of this city, in which I have been immersed during the past year.
In this work I have been interested in the physicality, processes, and relationships of human and non-human bodies. In how the awareness of being made of slime and spit and flesh, of being matter and breath moving, of decomposing and drying, can bring us closer to other species and to other materialities.