Medium-sized mobile made of copper and wood. The mobile is shown under different lighting conditions: normal, UV and a mix of both.
The viewer sees a suspended balanced structure with light changes altering the perception/vision of the mobile itself as the UV light brings out the fluorescence of the flowers, altering the textures.
A "mobile," one might say, is a little private celebration, an object defined by its movement and having no other existence.
It is a flower that fades when it ceases to move, a "pure play of movement" in the sense that we speak of a pure play of light.
- Jean Paul Sartre