Installation artist Edith Kollath presents a minimalistic and repetitive kinetic installation.
A square transparent cloth is lifted from the floor at its four corners. Slowly and with an accelerating movement towards the ceiling it is released just before touching the ceiling and falls towards the floor. The action is repeated over and over again. A calming rhythm is produced out of lifting, falling and pause. Concurrently, ancient books lie on shelves, breathing calmly. Each has a rhythm and movement on its own. In her installations, objects, and physical experimentation, Kollath addresses breathing, rhythm, and qualities pertaining to time and space.
Project Initiator and Curator | Keren Bar-Gil