The Relativity of Matter, an installation of mysterious corridors

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18 September 2018

When you enter The Relativity of Matter, Levi van Veluw's latest installation, completely loses its sense and perception of reality.

A labyrinth of corridors to get lost in. The Relativity of Matter, the latest installation created by Levi van Veluw, takes the visitor into a universe far from any time or space.

For a year, the Dutch artist worked on the construction of this all-encompassing installation, creating a place that distorts reality through colors, atmospheres, and perspectives and challenges the viewer’s sensory perception.

With this 350m² installation, Levi tries to explore the dark themes of fear, loneliness, and loss of control. The Relativity of Matter allows you to immerse yourself in a world of disparate shapes, entirely covered with a dark paint that flattens shapes and objects.

More than an installation, it is a place that can be placed in a building, a museum or an exhibition space, to be lived in, letting oneself be completely transported by what one lives.

The Relativity of Matter is open until November 4 at the Domaine de Kerguéhennec in France.

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