The photo in the room was created with a spatial camera that captures three different angles simultaneously: left, right, and center. Using a system of mirrors, this camera produces volume and inclusiveness on one photosensitive paper. The "rock" presented in the room is a head-size Jerusalem stone that fell into the balcony of my house. The walls echo the structure of the camera.
The curtain that serves as a camera shutter creates the architecture of the gaze, revealing/concealing the landscape, the room and the stone covering. The curtain simultaneously upholds and denies itself, gaining unity between interior and exterior, thereby eliminating its purpose. The closed and the open are one and the same. The curtain bends the rays of light and creates a state of duration. The curtain dominates the heart of the space.
The sculpture in the room is a long exposure of an action, it is the structure of the movement, the architecture of the will. The sculpture of the moving hand analogically points at a digital action of browsing through the photo album on the smartphone. The action of the moving hand was, is, and will continue to be.
The video is the examination of the space with a pencil, a two-dimensional tracing on a three-dimensional shell. The static pencil manifests the boundaries of the room, and transforms it into a rotating work surface. The act of drawing on the wall merges the inside and the outside of the room, formulating a timeline for the display space.