Circular, Linear, Cubic, 2012

Light projection. 7 lamps with stencils.

Circular, Linear, Cubic is a projection where the spectator’s movement in front of the work activates it by means of a simple effect made by light and shadows. Several lamps placed in boxes on the floor together projects a dotted line with an arrow at the right end, indicating a continuation of the line like in a timeline. The lamps are angled in such a way that the shadow of persons passing by  hits the wall in an order that is shuffled according to the conventional chronological order of a timeline. The title lists three different geometrical figures, two that are commonly referred to as concepts of temporality, and one that is not.