2017 | wall installation
projection and dichroic filter | 98 Minutes
Quadrilateral Evocation is the concept of a nearly invisible "painting" with light. The projected light outlines a space on a gallery wall, slowly shifting it's rectangular arrangement between horizontal and vertically aligned rectangles only one degree of measurement different.
As in my other works with video projection, change is only perceived after time, and direct focus renders the work almost imperceptible. In this projection situation, the projection itself may not even be seen until the eyes adjust to its presence.