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Five ‘light levels’ produced by lasers appear as lines of light on the walls, ceiling and floor to structure the room around the crucifix from the 15th century. Suspended and set into a steady pendular movement by the motion of the air, they produce a moving pattern out of the crossing lines. On entering the room, visitors cover parts of the light beams, thereby destroying the pattern and becoming a projection surface themselves. The static centre enters into competition with the dynamic surrounding space; the concrete representation with the abstract structure; the theological ideas of the middle ages with the aesthetic concepts of the present.

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