15 x 15″
masonite, molding paste, gesso
crossing(2015) is a wooden sculpture with bumps and dents on its surface that are filled with a molding paste with slopes. The gaps and valleys on the piece implicit the unseen surroundings covered by visible layers of reality. This piece requires the light to be seen, just like any appearances become visible when it reflects the light. Due to the uneven surface filled with a reflective mass in different angles, this three-dimensional sculpture reveals or hides from the viewer’s visual perception. This piece aimed to shift its metaphorical existence over metaphysical reality by amplifying the apparent changes under the light, also beyond to the level of astrological phenomena such as the angle of the sunlight shed on the surface of the moon, which portrays the phenomenological reduction in a constant movement in the space.