In the light of movement , 2014
deals with the relationship between the observer, the motion of the body and its relation to others in the surrounded space. While an ideal observer in modern physics should be one who causes no perturbations to the system being observed, quantum physics re-evaluated this role in the 20th century. The results of any observation seemed to be determined by actual choices made by the observer. Taking this piece of information into account, this work explores the role of the observer as an active participant.
A parabolic concentric hexagonal mirror object occupies the center of the dark space. By connecting the light source to the head, the viewer becomes a co-choreographer of the work. As the body is in motion , the light moves over the surrounding, forming a kaleidoscopic vision that seems to move responsively. The viewer's participation creates a constantly-shifting experience; According to the location and movement, the viewer blurs the line between the physical occupation of space by an object and its ability to transform the surrounded space by the illumination of light.
Cello by Noemie Quabeck