As natural as the daily sunshine, one's shadow, formerly a constant companion, now often escapes from attention. A silhouette of our physical form, one's shadow is no more than a flat, disembodied reduction of the contours of one's self.
The installation skia examines the interplay of our shadows and our conscious awareness of our physical displacement of space. In this closed-circuit installation, visitor´s images are manipulated and projected as artificial shadows.
What does it mean if one's shadow suddenly frees itself and develops an alien autonomy? And what has such an estrangement in common with the multiple identities of the post modern ego?
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