Projektion III
video projection, glass, wood
185 x 185 x135 cm
Foto: Kristof Vrancken, Alicja Kielan
The wooden construction holds nine geometric sheets of sandblasted glass, which, together, form a spatial, translucent screen. On this screen the image of trees is projected. The image is of trees obscured by slowly moving milky fog - drops of water springing from a nearby source and blown by the wind. The material part of the installation constitutes a static repetition of recovered and registered visual structure. (Zofia Reznik)

Projection III is a glass „canvas“ made of frosted pans onto which the video of a diffuse water mist is projected, behind which a forest landscape can be glimpsed in ephemeral images. The semi-transparent glass allows the „easel“ to shine through and the images, as if through a window, to stream into the space behind. In addition, the cubist arrangement of the glass surfaces multiplies the perspective. The viewer‘s gaze vacillates between perceiving the materiality of the glass and the immateriality of the projection, which, just like its pictorial content, obscures and even dissolves the background, only to have it soon become visible again. Glass, image and space seem to merge. (Christian Nitz)

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