Block of Memory, 2015
51 x 41 x 5 cm
It is heavy, like a block of memory.
It is the superimposition of four surfaces, made of different material, moods and modes of action. The surfaces are not entirely visible – a metaphor for memories partially revealed. The mirror shape mediates between the block and the word as well as reflecting what is before the block: the viewer, the gallery space and our shared memories.