An Image Can Travel Through Melted Rocks


Video installation, hand made glass sculptures, objects, 2017




An Image Can Travel Through Melted Rocks takes as its starting point the geographical, geological and archeological history of the glass workshop of San Vincenzo al Volturno, in Molise, Italy, that was active in the 900's - and how this connects to questions of light, vision, representation and how an image is created. The installation combines video material with hand made glass sculptures created with inspiration from some of the objects found in the archeological excavations of San Vincenzo.




Installation views: Open Studios, Studi di Cultural Documents, Filignano, Italy, 2016
Support by Iaspis - The Swedish Art Grants Committee's International program for visual artists



Still images from video



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