Light space modulator is a site-specific installation made for a 200 m2 space with 12 columns, the main space of IMAL in Brussels. It was made for my solo show at IMAL in april-may 2011.
The floor is painted in a glossy grey colour, and as in blink, light and sound is projected into the empty space, using the physical structure and texture of the space to transform the light and sound. At the same time the slow movements in light and sound is transforming the physical space into a contemplative environment. The circular discs are freestanding sound modules (five in total) placed on the floor, thus becoming a central part also of the visual experience.
For other high resolution images from the installation take a look at the light space modulator flickr set
Here is a video documentation I made from the installation:
IMAL made this one, which also includes documentation from the other installation, circle #1
and in this interview from IMAL I talk about the Light space modulator exhibition: