“Outside-In” by Meir Lobaton Corona and Ulli Heckmann

“ We think that perception is tied to the physical body of a person and we trust that it reveals us the truth because it can not distorted.

Outside-In is conceived as a visual paradox, a device that enhances conditions in order to make the audience realize how by relying only on sight, they rely on imagination, on interpretation.

A minimalist white box of 5×8 meters levitating in the middle a garden, when the visitor gazes through one of this peepholes  he will be transported to an illusory space in which plants and trees vanish at infinity.A meditation about space, light and the possibility of infinity, this scene might well allude to an episode in “Alice in Wonderland”. ”


(Vía outside-in)