The Enigma Room
In The Enigma Room, Kashi weighs truth against reality, searching for where they intersect and diverge. Kashi uses coding to transform his archive, spanning the globe over four decades. This immersive experience challenges perception – the fact of the photograph versus the mystery of digital alchemy.
In this installation, Kashi leverages coding as the new mode of creating and consuming photography. This work weaves photos, video, and audio, transporting the viewer to discover new planes of reality through digital translation.
With Mike Curry, Brenda Bingham and Rachel Dennis, Kashi deploys code as a tool on par with the camera. Abstract connections link images across time and place. This dreamlike reverie explores the physical and transcendent elements of life through cycles of chaos, calm, celebration, and rebirth.