Still life With Flowers
Computer, electronics, monitor Ø ± 60 cm, wood, sound.
A large monitor on a pedestal shows the
still life of a vase with flowers on a colorful table-cloth.
Suddenly, the vase starts to tumble back and forth slowly, moving faster and faster until it stops. It remains unclear what it is that makes the vase move; possibly the movements of a visitor or maybe because she triggered a hidden switch. This is one of the best kept secrets of dís work. This specific piece in the still life series was inspired by a tumbler; one of those little clowns that always returns upright if you push it over.
(be patient while the flash movie loads; it's a little big)