“In the Stadium” is an ongoing project that uses the stadium as a frame of reference. Stories from the stadium are collected, and then, using a form of accumulation and multiplicity, different narratives are constructed. These narratives seek to reveal something of the ambiguity of our current historical position.
In my practice I am concerned with the stadium, or more accurately the things that happen there, how we record and remember those moments and what they might, as a collective, disclose. The choice of the stadium is a particular one; its role in modern history, its unique structure, and its position within the urban landscape make it a somewhat skewed, but perhaps revealing, lens through which to consider our current ambiguous historical position. These stadium narratives, constructed through a form of accumulation and multiplicity, seek to represent something of this position: a position marked by parallel and diverging experiences, by knowing and disregard, by many coexisting worldviews.