Toys and games imitate real-life, but, sometimes the reverse happens. We often muse, “Life is just a game.”
In the twilight hour we experience both artificial light and natural light. René Magritte’s paintings illustrate that moment, arousing in us the presence of another world.
TOY-TWILIGHT dwells in that ethereal space between nature and the artificial. As a projection, it blurs the borders between illusion and reality; image and object; games and real-life, seducing us away from the mundane world through its nuanced, transitory presence.