As You Lay on Our Breast the World Turns Soft Forever
Eider down, eider eggshells, human hair, situational debris
Sometimes a gentle reminder can be useful: We are not set apart, our bodies are animal bodies. The world does not begin where our mind ends, our mind is in the world. Our bodies are multitudes of living entities coming and going, cooperating, growing and dying.
Kvendseth utilizes hair from himself and his immediate family as an analogous material to eiderdown, addressing both the bond between the farmer and their ducks, and the bond between parents and children."