Rays stretch out in all directions from a stone house - facing the land, the sea, and the infinite worlds beyond. They reach up from the rocks by the ocean, the bushes and the grass surrounding the landmark. The installation’s 360° extends the restricted view of the common light source and represents the horizon to every direction. Unlimited to the world we live in.
The artwork consists of 20 fluorescent tubes bursting through a mirror at varying angles, lighting up to an algorithmically changing rhythm. The angles move when viewed from different perspectives, appearing as a chaos of glowing lines broken in the reflection.
White holes are essentially reversed black holes – matter and light swallowed by a black hole may potentially erupt from a white hole either somewhere else in the cosmos or in another universe entirely.