installation: flooded gallery with 10 cm high water, 6 x 12 m
The floor of the gallery is constructed on quite a higher level then street-level. Because there’s a layer of water lying there in silence, it assumes there was an accident in the water system. Water always flows to the lowest point possible. There’s causality in occurrences, although it doesn’t seem logical following the rules of material behaviour.
Greylight Projects, Hoensbroek, The Netherlands