Unreachable Safety

At MIS Museum of Image and Sound in São Paulo, Brazil

At MIS Museum of Image and Sound in São Paulo, Brazil

Unreachable Safety is a touch sensitive electronic light sculpture in a form of a semi transparent arm fixed in the wall. The arm, when touched by the spectator, turn on their lights and intensify it.
The red luminous intensities of the member remits to an amplified sensation of the feeling of security and emotional reciprocity exchanged between two people, however, the project seeks to question the sensation of trust as an unreachable feeling by the simulated situation presented.

Collaborator: Radames Ajna.