Irakli Sabekia

Pools, A Stream is a mapped projection on a surface of oil and sand. It is creating an image of puddles of water that appear after the rain. In a continuous slow loop, silhouettes appear as reflections on the surface of the pools. The installation was set up at the Design Academy Eindhoven, in

June, 2017.

Pools, a Stream

Installation

The installation was presented with

the following description:

 

Pools of memory reflect expendable days, spent in

the shade of all that is dear. They guard the shimmering

light of minutes absent in pictures. Lands of wandering

thought, they escape those who see clear.

 

Pools are puddles of rain, when they appear reversing

the drought. Sometimes the puddles overflow, connect to

one another in a stream of memory. Acquiring direction,

they make sense of all that was. This is when they

make a river.

Copyright Irakli Sabekia 2020

Pools, A Stream is a mapped projection on a surface of oil and sand. It is creating an image of puddles of water that appear after the rain. In a continuous slow loop, silhouettes appear as reflections on the surface of the pools.

 

The installation was set up in the

Design Academy Eindhoven,

June, 2017.

The installation was presented with

the following description:

 

Pools of memory reflect expendable days, spent in

the shade of all that is dear. They guard the shimmering

light of minutes absent in pictures. Lands of wandering

thought, they escape those who see clear.

 

Pools are puddles of rain, when they appear reversing

the drought. Sometimes the puddles overflow, connect to

one another in a stream of memory. Acquiring direction,

they make sense of all that was. This is when they

make a river.