Kinematope series

kinema- : motion (from gr. kínêma)
-tope : place (from gr. topos)

The Kinematope series are contextual installations. They respond to specific locations, re-structuring space around the experience of time.

The Kinematope series use ephemeral and intangible materials, projected light and sound, to set the space in motion. They make use of elements from the cinema apparatus to generate a spatial film.

They are filmic experiences that omit the mediation of the camera, transporting the observer into a virtual space-time and maintaining at the same time the real, physical bonds of the body with its environment.