In this hydraulic installation, the force of water is being used to resonate a piece of steel creating different patterns in image and sound.
The universe is in a constant state of flux. When we encounter things that reminds us of this truth, we experience a feeling that is often described in literature as a 'supreme melancholy', or some type of spiritual experience. Artists throughout human history have tried to capture this spiritual feeling in poetry, the visual arts and music. Due to changing ideologies, social structures and advancements in science, this ´feeling´ has been interpreted differently through time. Is it still possible to evoke these emotions in the twenty-first century? A time that seems to be more materialistic and devoid from the spiritual than ever before.