Hauling/It’s not the past but the future that determines the present is a looped video work with a separate audio track. Normally displayed with distressed jeans and alcohol free lager, the work takes the form of a monologue talking on the effects of accessibility to information online and the culture that it develops while images culled from style blogs scroll back and forth seemingly endlessly.
This video was shown at Grand Union, Birmingham as part of ‘Virtual Space/Digital Trace’. Including work by Ed Atkins, Mark Titchner, Richard Healy, Tim Dixon, Tom Badley and William Rounce. Related themes: distribution, lecture / talk, narration, reflexivity, social space, sound, the internet and virtual space.