Kjetil Austvoll-Dahlgren and Ricardo del Pozo are both interested in art as an abstract language and a physical experience. They always work with real time based issues and are interested in the perception of time, light and sound, and how these aspects affect each other.

The work Light: Ebb and flow originated from an invitation from Rake Visningsrom. Rake Visningsrom is a very special building that is constructed entirely of materials from a demolished apartment building in the area. In every way built as a sculpture in itself. Rake Visningsrom, with its transparent walls, forms an interesting discussion between what is outside and that which is inside. Numerous windows open up the room for the influence of the surrounding environment's atmospheric changes, while the windows reflect the building's surroundings seen from outside. Rake Visningsrom's transparent nature allows the building, to some extent, yo be dissolved by its own construction. The building is perceived as fragile and vulnerable and in no way conveys that this is something that is meant to withstand the test of time. Austvoll-Dahlgren and Pozo were very intrigued by this building, and the interaction between architecture and the environment. From this invitation, they began to work with a work that was both site-specific and modular.

The work Light: Ebb and flow is a dialogue between architecture, environment, sound and light. It explores man's relationship to his environment and how we are in a constant dialogue. Voluntary or involuntary. Consciously or unconsciously.

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