Interstices in a synaptic space, by studio Afterlight, resembles the human brain through light on a wall. The installation toys with darkness, light and colour to create abstract compositions that are carefully build up to be finally torn down again.
The base of the work however, remains a constant. Making the work a metaphor for the functioning of the brain, with its gray matter not changing much throughout life. However, the complex processess it harvests, with it shred of thoughts, constantly being pushed around throughout the brain are forever changing.
With optical illusions and delusive sound, Afterlight leads the public into an animated adverture through the cracking vaults of our brain.
Author: E52 Bob Munten
Photos: Ruud Balk