“Via” is an installation of two synchronized video projections. Individual video tracks are projected onto two rear projection screens. These screens are translucent and suspended in the air. They seem to float inside the darkened room.
An image of moving forwards is projected onto the right screen.
An image of moving away is projected onto the left screen.
The video and audio tracks are synchronized loops. The opposing screens/viewpoints of “Via” define a sculptural space – a rupture, an opening through which time and space flow. The speed of the movement varies, slowing down to a complete stand still and accelerating to fast movement. The footage was shot in Finland and New York. The pictures are of cityscapes, roads, train tracks, views from cars, trams and train windows.