The sculptures are not objects separated in space but on the contrary they engender the spatial continuum of their environment. They impart from to the entire space, they shape the space through axes trajectories and passages between their solids and voids.
The meaning of the installation will be activated and animated by the rhythm of the viewer's movement. Meaning occurs only through sontinuous movement, through anticitation, observation and recollection.
However, there is no prescribed view, no preferred sequence, no preferred succession of views. Each person will map the space differently. There is an unlimited range of individual experiences, but they all take place over time.
When I talk about time, i do not mean 'real' time, clock time. The perceptual or aesthetic, emotional or psychological time of the sculptural experience is quite different from 'real' time.
It is non-narrative, discontinuous, fragmented, de-centred, disorienting. "