Time Suspension to Infinite Motion
Mobile im Foyer, Echoraum Wien
Mobile im Büro, Rubblemaster Pichling/Linz
As Heraclitus of Ephesus’s states, in ancient Greece, that everything flows therefore, no man is able to step into the same river twice, although the river retains the same. The mobility within liquid materials with character of constant movement, is related to time, ticking and turning its pointer uninterruptedly towards directions, giving space for eventual random happenings.
Time is the space where sound floats in the air, waving contemplative balanced constellations.
Moving figures in light reflexions freezes a moment where magnetised parts tick time, infinite on its motion for balancing a sculpture of scores.