St. John on Bethnal Green, London, UK
A site-specific sculptural installation project takes inspiration from the many drifting species of plankton, from the Greek πλαγκτόν, meaning ‘wanderer’. Unable to actively impact its own movement, it is transported passively by the currents and waves. The underwater immersion is an introspective experience that brings to our inner world, whose sea and depths represent the scenarios of journey within ourselves. The attraction of the inner abyss leads to the idea of reorganising our relationship with one’s inner aspects, in an attempt of reaching a peaceful coexistence with them. The underwater world, with its creatures and landscapes represents the imaginary of our inner world and its wandering.