"You don’t know me today" is an installation that explores the disembodiment as a consequence of living in two different cities. A story – a memory – is narrated in first person. An element of this narrative – a snowstorm – is physically recreated in the gallery space.
Two pairs of sanded acrylic sheets (utilized as small projection surfaces) and four small speakers are suspended at approximately 1.6 meters from the ground. Embedded in the selling - integrated to the gallery space - a light box generates a random flow of particles that float through the space determined by the speakers and the acrylic sheets.
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