Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.



Mattia Listowski, artwork installation Rotate, 2011.






ROTATE
April 2011, Installation, in Scape/Shore/Lights exhibition.





ROTATE is a plane rotating on itself at the same speed as the carousel which projects the plane: there is a parallel time. Installation designs light through a plane, a frame of white light showing a blank space behind the projection plane. As the plane rotates on itself and blank space is beyond (behind), this space is also around the plane: there is a parallel space. Time and space coincide with reality.

TRANSLATE modifies the real space providing a contradiction, with the infinite space bounded by the definite space of screens. Windows on the same open landscape horizon trapped in a circle. A contemplative dimension; where anyone can imagine an inversion between the installation and the reality. Imagine our physical space revolving around the open landscape of the installation.

That design is an illusion is a way to say reality may not be true and seems unreal. LIGHTSCAPE is the idea of a paradox with this vertical and giddy world we live in. The Installation creates an inside perspective that makes one feel tranquil. Living the sensation of an infinite space in a more and more definite world. A zero gravity experience.