2016

Installation

In one corner of the room, there is a mirror mounted onto a tiny motor.

It rotates at a rate of ticking clock.

In the opposite corner, a stationed flashlight shines a narrow light beam at the mirror.

The light strikes the revolving mirror. moved by it, It scans the room slowly, like a lighthouse.

On the walls of the room stretching geometric collage and drawing.

Parts of the collage protrude out the wall, the light coming from the mirror creates the projection of a geometric shadow.

The geometric shadows fit the drawings and complement them.

It appears, moves and disappears along with the light’s movement. The drawings are built and collapsed according to the presence of the light that appears in a frequency of one every 1.60 minutes.

 © 2020 by Hadas Duchan

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