“Space-no-matter”, 2015

"Space-no-matter", 2015

led strip, metallic construction, 200x300x50cm

An attempt to define a space, a room, without using matter, but rather use light instead. Light, in dark environment, is used in such way so that it defines surfaces in mid-air, creating the illusion of a boundary, a wall, a curtain made of light. Fog is used as the necessary element in order for light to be perceived as a surface.  A space within the exhibition space is created, defined and then the next minute lost, depending on how fog is distributed into the environment. A space which does not  actually exist as a separate space, but rather is being perceived and experienced as such by the viewer, and in which the viewer is asked to “enter” and “exit” from.