“Light reflections” Berlin, Germany. 1998.
Exhibited as part of AGGREGRATSUND.

A temporary installation situated in a long corridor, in the cellar of what was once one of the largest electrical transforming stations during World War Two, at Paul Linke –Ufer in Kreuzberg, Berlin. It supplied electricity to all the industrial factories in Berlin. The corridor was 120ft. long by 5ft.x 6ft. The rectangular lines of light were created by the use of mirrors on the floor and halogen lights. It was viewed in almost total darkness.