The artist suggests that reality is a construction of a self reflection process. Thus, Dodgy invites the spectator to experience visually some philosophical questions, inspired by Albert Camus’s Myth of Sisyphus (1955). Observe reality as a constructed circumstantial situation that can create dialogue instead of fear. What an individual sees is a solitary process and that is its beauty and glory.
It is an outdoor installation preferably placed in a higher lever from the ground and can only work with the use of sunlight.
The box has two sides and only one is for the spectator. The construction on the other side creates a physical situation which develops in time.
If I want to talk about what I see through the window I should start from the window.