In October of 2020, the Kerogen Voices project travelled to Austria to form part of a group show entitled Debatable Land(s) on view at the Kunsthalle Exnergasse of WUK in Vienna.
Bringing the audio of Kerogen Voices together with a sculptural plinth representing an abstracted bedrock slice, visitors could listen to the sounds of the choir performing while also reading the piece in libretto form. Collaged photography work and a map pinpointing the sites of man-made earthquakes in Europe between 1868 and 2010 complete this densely woven experience; the story of an ominous human vision of infinite growth and activity.