Artist: Julija Goyd
Material: 2/5 AP, Inkjet print on Hahnemuhle paper
Dimensions: 50 x 75cm
Series: A beam of light for boundary’s sight
The series “A beam of light for boundary’s sight” (2016-2018) investigates water as a physical space by placing a source of light under its surface. Water is about 800 times denser than air. It slows the speed of light and bends its rays. This so called refraction effect draws a boundary between 2 completely different worlds: the space we live in and the space underwater. As a result images appear slightly twisted and alienated, thus inviting the viewer to dive into transcendent exploration of the space.