The installation consists of a field of flowers made from high fired porcelain, where each flower is illuminated from the inside. The lights are programmed to change color and strength in slow movements, as a grainfield in nature can change form and color depending on the weather.
With the installation I wanted to emphasize the repercussions of the choices we make, both as a desire for increased awareness and responsibility, but also as a reminder of our own vulnerability.
The title "Ataraxia" is a greek term used by Pyrrho and Epicurus for a lucid state of robust tranquility, characterized by ongoing freedom from distress and worry.
Porcelain flowers, LED lights, electronics, aluminum stalks and plates, painted wooden frame. 450cm x 450cm x 105cm