Installation, Birmingham, 2012
The sublime plays with body's perception of a space. Spectators are invited to walk into a confined space and to confront an image exceeding their field of vision. As the 'wholeness' of the image cannot be experienced from any vantage point, the eye must choose its frame. Spatial coordinates are further disrupted by the sound accompanying the image - its loudness takes away the ability to orientate 'by ear'. The image beamed from the projector reveals its grid-like matrix, the screen displays its plastic materiality, the sound its synthetic origin - the pieces speaks as a monument of man's labour - technological sublime.