36 photographs of an open window, taken from outside. The photographs were taken from 36 different vantage-poins, which at 1-metre intervals result in a square grid of 6 x 6 vantage-points. The different perspectives distort the surface moving sideways - or backwards reduces the size of the shot. All angles taken together are discernibly an overarching, domed form, which does not become clear from a single vantage-point. This form is, so to speak, the form of the movement.


Prints of a red floor were enlarged in ten different laboratories. A typical feature of photography as a medium is colour deviation – in this case desired. The photographs are glued on to the original motif. The image, therefore distorts our view of reality and replaces this view.