Shinui is the term used in Hebrew to express in one word the concepts of change, becoming and transformation.
Since the installation Minimum Monument, repeatedly revived by the artist Nele Azevedo between Sao Paulo, Paris, Berlin, Florence and many other cities, the intent is to make the precariousness of ice, as well as the elusiveness of ' human existence. The multitude of small ice sculptures invades a staircase struck by the warm sunlight: the creatures slowly melt, liquefy until return to the water, the origin and end, part of the immensity of the sea.
The modeling is contained in a field of view of 16:9 and shooting are managed so as to return both together, repetition, and the singularity of the event.
Since the dissolution of the work in the time scale 1:1 takes about 30 minutes, the project will accelerate the timeline to include all in the 37 seconds of the animation.
A few piano notes, taken from Variation 2, song of the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, accompanying the lasts moments of those who seem to be solitary lives and to evoke light drops falling one by one.