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Life Saving and Water Safety, 2020. Digital video, with performers Hez Stalcup and Jake Krakovsky
Foley’s sound works explore isolation versus connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity, often traveling to investigate suppressed histories of cities with the lens of recorded sound. She uses video and performance as frameworks for collaborations, favoring communication, experimentation, and process. As a former collegiate synchronized swimmer and a current video artist, she has recently been mashing up the visual language of water, leisure, and sport with gestures of support, intimacy, and choreographic duets by making underwater dance films of people in swimming pools.