White Dwarf, 2009
resin, salt, steel, LCD monitor, video, Dimensions Variable
The installation work White Dwarf alludes to a term in physics describing the final evolutionary state of all stars. The gesture of pondering over a sphere (which conceptualises time without the beginning and end) held in one's hand is, in a sense, an empty gesture. Who ponders over the sense of anything, and who has got time to do that? All is clear about the White Dwarf: it will go out. What was the value of its existence, then? What did its face look like?