Search Though We Might, We May Never See What Lies Beyond the Horizons of Our Imagination
Immersive film installation on the exterior wall of the ODD Gallery at 2nd & Princess Street
Search Though We Might, We May Never See What Lies Beyond the Horizons of Our Imagination is a series of interconnected short films reflecting our psychological and phenomenological interrelationships with the environment, and non-human beings. The starting point of these films is part of an ongoing exploration of the existential limits of human consciousness, vis-a-vis language, both visual and verbal, to encapsulate and express the intimacies and paradoxes of our lived experiences of the lands, flora and fauna we dwell amongst.
David Curtis is an off grid dwelling commercial fisher, carpenter and artist who has had the honour and privilege of living in Dawson City, within the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Traditional Territories, Yukon for the past 22 years. In all aspects of his life he nurtures a close relationship to nature, kairos and laughter. David’s work focuses on the associative possibilities between form, subject and meaning, and is predicated on the idea that poetry, passion and humility are not only important to being human, but essential to our survival.