One Side After Another, Video Installation, Projection on wooden structures, 1.60m x 3m
Imagine a green field that has no borders,
A forest that has no end,
A city that has no closed doors and
A house filled with thousands of life stories told over generations.
Tatiana Stadnichenko constructs space through a combination of floating video-projections in a large-scale site-specific installation. She explores the physical and mental boundaries of public spaces and visual memories in order to lead the viewer into a time-journey by creating a distance from reality. In the installation One Side After Another, she examines how the moving images of urban places can act as abstract contemplations of spaces, stored in our memory. She suggests that increasing nomadism and globalization are altering our sense of perception.