Inner Landscape examines the conditions of perception within an architectural construction. In this project, an abstract stage is activated by a melting ice that drops over a water mirror. The work itself is an architectural optical device. In the outside a light source bounces on the water mirror, reflecting a dynamic image in the inside, where the visitors are invited and welcomed to modify the water mirror generating wave dynamics that are projected as a theater of light and shadows. The passage of time, the random, the rhythms of nature and individual experiences establish the guidelines for the creation of an interior landscape.
Inner Lansdcapes, 2019
(architectural optical device: ice, spotlight and inmersive architectural structure)
157 x 196 x 255 in
*Project carried out with the support of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA).