Infinite Cube is a spatially concentrated, but at the same time expansive, kinetic installation. The spheres follow a computational narrative that moulds them into a fluid succession
of abstract shapes. An optical illusion extends the apparently clear spatial confines of the installation into infinity.
Viewers are also reflected in the installation, and their presence adds an additional layer to the interplay of real and reflected space.
The installation was produced as a test setup for the kinetic sculpture "The Shapes of Things to Come" at the New BMW Museum in Munich, Germany. In 2013 Infinite Cube was exhibited at MADE, Berlin.
Music: Ólafur Arnalds