Olivier Castel

  Each fish is a pond full of fishes, as for the tree, it is also a forest 
Serpentine Gallery, London, 2012
  An animated catfish swims in circles around a pool of projected light: accompanied by a musical
soundtrack and the sound of rain, he starts speaking, describing a series of links between language
and images and their relation to memory. While the voice is heard, sections of text leave the catfish’s
mouth and appear as subtitles, floating on the surface of the water before fading away.
    Presented under the name Winnie Cott as part of the Memory Marathon and based around the temporary pavilion designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei.