G Â S T acts as a vessel, a collaborative practice in which the direct author is apocryphal and removed, where by the outcome of endeavor becomes the only crucial consequence.
The work, an amalgamation of rumour, narrative and mystery, with underlining asteism and alluring visual stimuli, is intrigued by journey, discovery and the uncanny. G Â S T seeks rural sites, unearthing, dismantling and reassembling findings.
Through performance, film, object and assemblage, idiomatic dialects and tangible states are conjured beginning with an existing site and births a new world of insurrectionary cult.
G Â S T is an enquiry into the unknown.