No Vanishing Point (2023) is a visually striking and thought-provoking video sculpture (150x150cm) that delves into the complex relationship between... Read More
No Vanishing Point (2023) is a visually striking and thought-provoking video sculpture (150x150cm) that delves into the complex relationship between the physical and digital realms. The circular steel frame, serving as a central element, symbolises the continuity and fluidity of this connection. Three screens are incorporated into the structure, which depicts a human body attempting to find its way out but never succeeding. This serves as a metaphor for the human experience of navigating the blurred boundaries and uncertainties of the real and virtual world, where we spend an increasing amount of time.
The sculpture invites the viewer to consider the complexities of our contemporary space, posing questions about freedom, limitations, and the true nature of real and virtual spaces. It also makes parallels between the self and the digital self, the present and the escape, and the distinction between truth and imagination. It encourages the viewer to reflect on the ambiguities and dualities we encounter in our relationship with technology and the digital world.