Layer Installation


Fine Arts Studies–Jerusalem, 2006


The project pursued as Final Work of High School Art Studies demonstrates the intrigue with the built environment, light and fluctuation. A 9 room was used to create an immersive experience.

Glass tiles suspended from the ceiling filter images projected on a sand-covered wall. Using a fan to generate a subtle movement the tiles split the images into multiple projections, floating in the architectural domain. The trajectories of the shattered projections enclose the observer in the three-dimensional space.

The installation presents a set of photographs that depicts cropped body fragments, illuminated with a warm orange tuned light. These stand in contrast to the monochrome set of still life images. The two distinct photo clusters enhance the difference between the glass tiles and the sand. All dichotomies exhibited contribute to the dynamic experience of the installation.