Immortality is Commonplace (ongoing)
What does it mean to live in the end times? What if we – as human citizens of the planet Earth – are still unable to face the reality that we’re only one among the many species inhabiting the world? What if, ultimately, the world has already ended, yet we’re still unable to grasp it – at least consciously – because of the incommensurable crevice dividing human and planetary time?
By initiating the meeting of the natural and the human, Zibelnik refuses to provide any ready-made answers to the ecological dilemma. Instead, she invites the reader to ponder on what makes us human in the face of rapid climate change. Anxiety is not a very optimistic answer – but isn’t hope in the current circumstances too dangerous a thing to have? (Text by Aistis Zekevicius)