'Domino Compass' was shown on view at KRETS Galley (Malmö, Sweden) for three hours, and was ritually activated before the visitors. Afterwards there were no traces left in the room.
The work explores the relation between human and nature based on notions of a forthcoming apocalypse. 'Domino Compass' is a temporary sculptural installation that consists of organic shapes and processes revolving around opposites such as light and darkness, the natural and the articifial, the controlable and the non-controlable. By studying and manipulating scientific experiments and different ages’ conceptions of the world, metaphorical chain reactions and chains of consequences are created, which set the solid in motion. How does our perception of the world affect the world?