Interior installation (permanent): eight lenticular photographs mounted on aludibond, diameter 50-100 cm
At the very top of the stairs the visitor is confronted with images of clouds: circular sections of sky featuring white cumulus clouds float like soap bubbles along the wall up toward the ceiling. In walking past, the images change for the viewer almost imperceptibly: moving up and down the stairs shifts the viewer’s vantage point and creates the impression of clouds passing over the blue. Each perspective presents a shifting variety of vastness and blue. The round lenticular images generate the illusion of three dimensions on a two-dimensional surface. They combine several images in one, which are activated by the passing movement of the viewer.