Perpective Study
2016

photographic installation, angled wall, two transparencies
in custom-angled lightboxes, both 118 × 113 cm

Perspective Study is a work photographed ‘on location’ but the images reflected on the glass panels on the facade of a building are composed from shots taken from several different vantage points. Since the reflected compositions are the glimpses from different vantage points one would see while walking past the facade in the actual location, the photographs could also be said to describe movement. The viewer’s movement in the space will eventually allow them to see both images at the same time, thus making apparent the disruption of perspectival space, which in turn raises doubts about the viewers’ own positions in relation to the images and the reflected depiction of a well-known building. Upon close inspection the images reveal themselves to be a fragmentary view of the Atomium in Brussels.

Installation view, Tallinn City Gallery, 2016
Installation view, Tallinn City Gallery, 2016
Installation view, Tallinn City Gallery, 2016
Installation view, Tallinn City Gallery, 2016
Installation view, Tallinn City Gallery, 2016
Perspective Study (1), transparency in custom-angled lightbox, 118 × 113 cm
Perspective Study (2), transparency in custom-angled lightbox, 118 × 113 cm
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