There is a metaphysical presence that enfolds our relationship with nature; a pulsing, rhythmic force that has forever carried our natural existence. It lies beneath our feet, reaches through the air and into the sky, only to descend back down again with seismic tranquility. It is the line of nature—an invisible rhythm—transmitted through endless networks that move in the background of our being, affording us life through its silent capillaries. Though we may not always see it or feel it, we are in perpetual connection to its basslines.
Kate Elsey’s latest collection of works explore the fundamental tension between between fragility and resilience through entropic forces, acknowledging the natural poetry that drives us onwards, quietly connecting all living things.