Echo

Emma Elliott's Echo represents the primordial animal inside humans; the one that wants to acquire, conquer, and reproduce. The animal that has the capacity to be peaceful, symbiotic and harmonious with nature, or rapacious, destructive and environmentally catastrophic. The work references the Buddhist doctrine of meditation to free our minds from chatter; to tame the ‘drunken monkeys’ vying for our attention, whilst also paying homage to the extinct forms that preceded us. Echo questions our own holistic future within the ecosystem of which we are also an integral part.
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