BLIND HOUSE, 2010


Plexiglas, 3x2740x2430mm each, distance 243cm.

The red and cyan are the colors which form the three dimensions for the human eye. The shape of the sculpture is a formal reference of the cityscape display through the windows of the room. The intersection of the red and cyan surface is an optical effect of deep black color. Whatever stands behind it cannot be seen, not even direct sunlight leaving a fragment of space constantly unknown. The levitating filters are tinted air evoking a reminiscence of a house only able to be looked through but not entered. The body encounters and activates the space of the sculpture discovering its contrasted variations in daylight.