Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

"Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls" 2008
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Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls.

"Not a wave, not a corpuscle. Going through walls" 2008. 8 halogena spotlight, aluminium, fog screen, water, video projection. 3,5x3x1 m. The Anglican Church, Riga, Latvia. Musée Carnavalet, Paris, France

This work is dedicated to those who in their imagination or by some other means have gone through a wall or only intend to do so. The wall in this work is made of light, which from the aspect of physics is made of photons, which have a dual nature - they are simultaneously both a wave and a particle. Can you imagine this? And what kind of thinking method will you adopt: the rationally logical or the irrationally intuitive, imaginative? Good luck!