Aleph
Digital print on silk canvas | variable dimensions
Installation view Spoiler, Berlin 2020

with works in the back of Real Madrid and Anselm Schenkluhn




Aleph






The fold as a multiverse, a proposition of the idea of infinity as the Aleph of Borges, the place where all places of the universe can be seen from all angles.

Hanging in swags from the ceiling and falling down into a heap of folds on the floor, a long print on satin silk shapes a motionless wave.

The silk is printed with the image of a photo of rumpled silk which itself is printed. We can catch within the image a glimpse of different places and organic matters. The infinitely large and the infinitely small. The image becomes a plasmic shape, a flexible cartography, a fluid fictively floating (print) and physically subject to the laws of gravity (silk).