Between two steep walls
(3D animated video,voice-over, metal studs, painted mdf, unfired clay with black mat coating)

Between two steep walls of Basalt is an installation. Two white panels depict an abstracted image from Theodoor Debry’s Grand Voyages, a 16th century reference work for imagining the new world. A wild and exotic fantasy displayed in the book is here reduced to a tableau that becomes hard to decipher. The image is milled-through a panel and is at the same time present
as well as absent. Both panels are hanging on a metal structure that is usually applied to build ‘fake’ walls or space.

A 3D animated video shows a spotlight, searching endlessly through a dark and desolate landscape.

In a continuous voice-over, a story is told describing the exploration of an undefined space. The original narrative is cut up in fragments and randomly played in shuffle mode, breaking up the linear structure of the narrative. The story no longer has a beginning or end.