Sculpture: Light weight material, helium
Intruder (Stretched Cube) activates the height and vastness of the historic hall. Independent of the museum visitors’ gaze, it floats in the air, moving in all directions and suddenly reemerges like an intruder.
With a contorted shape, it is an anamorphosis that from certain angles appears to be a cube. In changing positions and elevations during its flight, the cube is continually visible. Intruder (Stretched Cube) plays with perspective and perception, asking us to question what it is that we see. The abstract geometric form suggests an ‘unidentified flying object’. The presence of an object that cannot be immediately identified in our daily reality makes us question the immediacy and understanding we might have about the things that surround us.