photographic installation, space divided by a partition wall with two arc-shaped openings, two inkjet transparencies in lightboxes, each 113 × 113 cm
The immersive experience of looking at lightbox photographs in a darkened space is disrupted by two aspects. There is a partition wall with two arc-shaped openings that block parts of the image depending on the chosen vantage point. Secondly, the background of the diptych coherently depicts perspectival space, but the lamp post in the foreground appears twice at the same angle. Palazzo della Civiltá Italiana, perhaps the most iconic structure of Fascist architecture, is reflected on the glass façade in the background. Similarly to Perspective Study, the work was shot on the location of a World Fair site. The planned 1942 World Fair in Rome was cancelled due to World War II.