A red flag marks a bomb testing site that stands before a volcanic cinder cone; conveyor belts snake like lava flows as they excavate rocks for a new garbage dump; green waste is churned in an enormous blender. From windmills to observatories to guided tours, Untitled (‘Āina) bears witness to environments on the islands of Hawai’i and Maui that are critical zones of friction where forces of development, industry, and other legacies of imperialist occupation rub directly against the surfaces of the land. This is a silent single-screen formatting of the work, which was originally shown as an installation with multiple soundtracks playable by visitors from a series of acetate records and a turntable.
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