Freely Falling Objects
Reflections on Meaning from the Vilém Flusser Archives
Freely Falling Objects was a site-specific light, sound and video installation exploring the visceral connection between architecture and space. For the duration of the multi-month installation, the windows of Gallery 308 served as a portal or lens to project on and through. Inspired by the work of Czech-born, Brazilian resident philosopher Vilém Flusser (1920-1991), the installation examines notions of transitory space and our relationship to contemporary nonlinear spatial experience.