Space-Obliteration (The Droste Tower)

空間消融 (德羅斯特塔)


Does the location of foot define ground? Does the position of touch shape the walls? What establishes boundaries and ends of space?


In conventional art, light is used to paint; alas, painting is not light itself, but a mere record of vision. The refraction of light through glass changes the viewer's perception of space, and the tower is a response to vision.


The gold fish enters a state of isolation in the middle of a bustling exhibition, where it is forced to encounter a wholly singular kaleidoscope of itself. Abruptly, boundaries dissolve.


Though, space is not defined by light.


What defines space for you?











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