LAST SUPPER?
       
     
SUPPER FOR TWO
       
     
 Where does the hummingbird rest, if there is no forest?
       
     
LAST SUPPER?
       
     
LAST SUPPER?

Last supper?, a table for two serving as a platform for casting “TIME”, where present and future meet in the form of course meals. While subjecting time to a five colored course menu, ranging from green, yellow, orange, red and purple. One plate stands for present times, “Plate of Today” and the other plate stands for the future times, “Plate of Tomorrow”.

SUPPER FOR TWO
       
     
SUPPER FOR TWO
 Where does the hummingbird rest, if there is no forest?
       
     
Where does the hummingbird rest, if there is no forest?

A mysterious black Cuboid, a nod perhaps to a monolith, sits low on the ground to give the viewer an overhead perspective. Irregular shapes for the video screens carved from its surface seem to mimic tree-rings, or the rippling pattern of waves in the water.  A thin line, an “ant trail”, crawls along the perimeter of the central shapes – all video collages composed by the artist. These high tech objects work with a rechargeable battery, a cable-free display that is a novelty in the field of Videosculpture. The form of the object is inspired by a popular form in modernism – the cube – open to two sides it refers to domestic furniture, reminding of the famous Ulmer stool by Max Bill.