Is it the exertion of holding up these possible futures which causes a space to tremble like it does?
On Trembling Spaces is a collaborative project between J. Pascoe and Henry Andersen which will take the form of a book and accompanying exhibition. The project looks at dis-used spaces around Lendava, attempting to map and document these spaces in text, photography, and objects. The term ‘trembling’ may be applied to a space when its function is un-fixed (or no-longer fixed). As a concept, trembling is a way to re-position these spaces not as unproductive or ‘dead’ spaces but as possessing limitless potential. We are interested in the possibility and ‘arrested time’ that these spaces represent.