[graduation project | 2016]
Details are essential triggers of an awareness of spaces. They are openings for possibilities in a physical and mental sense; they can involve your body to react, respond and interact, but they can also activate your perception of understanding your surroundings.
The installation consists of three different pieces that confront its viewer. They ask for time and attention in questioning their purpose. Each element bring the focus on unnoticed aspects of the space – such as light changes, invisible movements of air and patterns of actions. They give a chance to the viewer to unveil the indirect qualities of ones’ surrounding, either in a dialog or an interaction.
Bringing awareness to one’s presence in the room, the installation offers contemplation of the changeable and variable within a fixed space.