“Timeshells” are time-based compositions of static objects in a limited space, upon which repetitious events are projected. Shining a virtual moving light across these static objects creates choreographed shadows, conveying the sense of a day passing within a span of minutes. The objects become ‘time-lapsed’ and as a result, allthough they are static, they seem to live. Framed on their canvases they are shells that capture time.
Timeshells trailer for the exhibition in le Musée des Beaux Arts Joseph Dechelette, Roanne, France 2020