Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow


Kim Demuth & Henri van Noordenburg have attempted to imagine a world without ‘sound and fury’, a silent world held still within the relics of a past gone. But these works linger somewhere in the future, impressions from a time gone not here or now but from somewhere ahead of us. They are both warnings but also celebrations of a quiet calm presence this world has yet to receive, and the savagery it deserves to be cured of. These works are contemplations on a future, absent of ‘us’, one we have faded away from, only leaving archaeological remnants, and impressions of what we once were.