Liquid rainbow is a light essay in a controlled interior space. Ice melts and falls on two shelves that, arranged at a specific angle and under the influence of light, allow a rainbow to be projected. Time and its fleeting dimension are two vital elements; the topologically ideal "here and now" implies the existence of a gentle light that shapes reflections and shadows. Perceptual experiences are activated creating a movement dynamics despite the static of the structures.
Liquid rainbow (2019).
Ice, water, wood and mirror
118 x 118 x 118 in
*Project carried out with the support of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA).