Canada, 1994
Thesis: "..."

Anywhere but here, anytime but now

Time is a man-made framework harnessed from nature’s rhythms and cycles. Those patterns were dissected, standardized, branded and engineered into a consumable rationality.   "Anywhere but here, anytime but now" is a spatial intervention exploring the intangible, yet internalized abstraction by which we live by and insist on viewing one edge at a time.   Detached from the commonly established perspective of time as a sequence of events, the installation materializes with light a choreography between time and space wherein the two merge in a way that multiple dimensions of that space become simultaneously present.