Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
paper, plexiglas, wood, aluminum, digital print, metal, powder coated steel, magnet

Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition should be considered as an autonomous installation piece that brings together aspects of both cycles (Figures of Speech and The Body in Crisis) as a methodological tool designed for spatial interventions.

The modular sculpture Instrument for a Spatial Conception of Repetition consists of three screens, and five ‘tools for directing perception’ that can either be attached to the screens as part of the spatial arrangement, or be presented as indexical wall sculptures. These ‘tools’ are like fragments of a larger diagram, in which the forces are set out that have an influence on our perception of a series of linked events. Connecting place with a mental position, the posters attached to the tools-as-wall-sculptures, describe a point of view in relation to the perception of repetition.


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
paper, plexiglas, wood, aluminum, digital print, metal, powder coated steel, magnet


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
paper, plexiglas, wood, aluminum, digital print, metal, powder coated steel, magnet


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
metal, powder coated steel, magnet, digital print


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
metal, powder coated steel, magnet, digital print


Instrument For A Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
metal, powder coated steel, magnet, digital print