Consider time as a continuation of ‘now’s. Not a single one is the same.
So consistent and everlasting, one can easily forget its weight, take it for granted.
One meets miracles at every single ‘now’, although some are forgotten and only some remain.
These objects grasp time from the sunlight and shed unexpected, unrepeatable moments for you to cherish.
It unveils pieces of time through the meetings between light and light-refracting materials.
Some ordinary moments are enlightened by sorrowful backgrounds.
Visualizing this, the vase is stabbed by its own holder, and is hung in the air.
As the expected role to a vase is to hold flowers in water, this vase is to create its own blossoms in time with the collaboration with the sun.
The predicted becomes memorable.
acrylic glass, stainless steel, granite
Master degree project, department of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design,Konstfack, University College of Art, Crafts and Design