Why would it be wrong? (Still life) is an interactive, reactive installation, composed of a frame and a projection in front of it. The rotation of the frame would affect the image of a classic still life: It would make it rotate and move imitating the natural movement of gravity and inertia.
Most of the times these movements seem natural, but the illusion of natural inertia will vanish when the objects move in a totally improbable way.
Why would it be wrong? (Still life) attempts to make us reflect playfully on concepts such as normality and the normalization of the experience. The way in which our expectatives mold to our habits, to what happens in a certain way in our daily life and can´t happen differently, leaving us in a position in which the extraordinary is not expected anymore.