The Fifth Wall °2013
The Fifth Wall describes the space and tension between spectators sharing the same visual experience. The work is a wall-filling projection that prolongs and adapts the existing architecture. By slowly altering the point of view, the light in the projection changes, showing a new part of the space. This will, quite literally, move the viewer's point of view. The Fifth Wall is a follow-up on Untitled from 2011.
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