“Black holes ain’t so black” is a site-specific installation composed of two parts; a video projection and a wooden sculpture. The video is projected on a glass square wall that separates the exhibition space and the club Buvette. It shows the illusion of a black hole engulfing the space of Buvette. On the other side of the glass wall, there is a large wooden sculpture of a conical shape. The installation is reminiscent of a wormhole (known as Einstein-Rosen bridge), with a virtual black hole on one side and the exit in the parallel, physical universe on the other.
Dimensions: 200 x 200 x 400cm