How might we place ourselves in an environment that is perpetually altering?
Klein Knot is a series of small works which suspend themselves in space. A collective of squiggles, bulbs and crisscross folded forms, these works come together as klein knots (‘small knots’), each constructed from one single yet very chaotic line.
Each work spins on its own axis in the air. Their movements increase as a viewer enters the space around them and settle when left in isolation.
Mesh, threads and metal tracks construct the works. The transparency of these materials allow individual forms and shapes to dissolve into neighbouring works as they rotate, merge and tessellate in the viewers presence.
In this Klein Knot environment, the viewers’ perspective and experience of the work is never repeated. Both viewer and work are displaced by their respective movements through the space.