Moth develops two separate works, yet they occur in sculptural dialogue with each other. I experienced Moth's work only as a slide show of photographs, ignoring the organic, fluid curtain enveloping her space. To begin with, it appeared as a tool to block out light in order to enhance the projected sequences of images. Now, it establishes a threshold into an environment for the viewer to identify with the photographed event, acting as a vertical structure predominantly consuming the space around her work as a direct message to the viewer that she presides as a single unit, away from the other work consuming the Bloomberg gallery space.
This particular event Moth has chosen from her ongoing Travelogue series consists of hundreds of balloons in an empty church hall, manipulated by a net suspended high in the air, which initially confines the balloons to the space, before eventually being released, creating various spatial configurations as they succumb to gravity.