“Human beings are, understandably, highly motivated to find regularities...The universe forces those who live in it to understand it.
Those creatures who find everyday experience a muddled jumble of events with no predictability, no regularity, are in grave peril.
The universe belongs to those who, at least to some degree, have figured it out.” - Carl Sagan
Both inside and outside.
Watching and being watched
These contrasts have an unsettling effect when embodied in a singular structure.
It is a liminal, grasping space.
Observer becomes observed.
Viewer becomes artwork.
Shelter becomes prison.
Interacting with this piece causes these definable structures of "reality" to be slightly subverted to investigate the sense of discomfort when predictability is challenged.