The installation is presented as a space in conflict, generating a discrepancy between experience and expectation. An artificial space from which to renegotiate our conception of reality, from which to rethink and activate a new idea of "nature".
Natural phenomena that occur within (or are activated by) a machine-driven system can somehow define and intensify each other. The movement of water follows natural patterns of movement and time: gravity, density, surface tension. Our body is in tune with this type of time: through the respiratory rhythm, the heartbeat, maybe even our thoughts are somehow in line with these rhythms. Machines have a different temporal effect on human beings, on our nervous system.
An articulated system is proposed in which we must recalibrate the orientation of our body and our mind. Suspension of time and space. A desynchronization of what we see, what we perceive and what we apparently know, in a dislocation that can help us to strengthen and focus on our experience.