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Deconstruction, 2017

In this piece, viewers encounter a three-wall video projection capturing the essence of a rainstorm, digitally manipulated to pixelate the image while retaining the fluid motion of raindrops cascading down a transparent pane. The rectangular forms seem to descend endlessly, evoking a sense of perpetual collapse, symbolic of the ongoing societal disruption wrought by information overload.

In the heart of the installation, beneath a spotlight, lies a pair of headphones, softly playing the sound of rain, drawing the viewer back into the realm of the digitally deconstructed. Deconstruction, inherently elusive, resists confinement within rigid definitions, echoing the critical perspective of philosopher Jacques Derrida on language and the formation of meaning.

Video installation, 2017
Video length 1:28'57¨

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