The first room has a projection of a geopolitically outdated globe. It takes nine minutes for it to rotate 360 degrees.
The second room is white, with floor to ceiling screens: two architectural vellum and one acetate film. Shades of white, corners and walls blend. The space, fractured by projection spills and refractions of luminous media, constantly shifts the horizon line. Four channel audio tracks of scissors clipping matter sonically interpenetrate the space.
The animation of a shadow of the chair thrown into space traverses the space on an infinite loop, crossing from one corner through the viewer and to the opposite corner. The chair passes through states of dimensionality: shadow on the screens, getting closer to the center of the room, disappearing when it “flies” through the room therefore existing only in the viewer’s mind and reappearing on the opposite side of the room only to diminish and fly off into the void.
The acetate film refracts projections passing through itand creates holographic entities which react to the slightest motion of the viewer in the room.