Variable site installation, variable size.
I want to erase their presence, I am interested in how they relate to each other and how they occupy the space. They are just experiential spaces that we see in different ways.
This representations of a human being are kind of fragile, almost ephemeral pieces, the type that you can crush it only with your hands.
I wanted to emphasise the experience of one person, arriving in a new place, not an surreal space, or a fantasy space, but a space that could be to be plausible, in somewhere in the universe.
I always liked the idea that space, which are supposed to be constant in some way for us, when you translate in a different position at a different time can be completely different.
I was interested in that kind of contradiction in our notion of space, that definition built for bring us safety and stability can become the most dangerous things in our thinks.
The idea of emptiness is important. She collapses under its own gravity, eventually reduced to zero size. At the end of the secuence, she no longer exist anymore, but she`s still there. There is one last moment in this work, the final empty space.
I had always intended there to be a mix-up between the three spaces. That kind of mix has something enigmatic about it. I expected it to be about darkness, but that was before I realized the feeling of freedom and energy it brings. Just disappear in a few seconds.
Maybe she did not feel anything special when she came to a critical radius, and could pass the point of no return without noticing. Maybe she was in terrible pain, I don´t know. I knew that there would be ambiguity for me. I was interested in that.
She seems to uncover their fate of being slated for an inexorable delivery to the very same principles of stars devastation and the most ruthless forms of the aging of all universe
Probably it would be a cold, invisible body in space, but not being the brightest star, just before collapsing.