© 2018 by Sohaila Mosbeh.

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ANOMALOUS MOTION

Designed with Billy Wong & Hind Chaar

IES Competition

Parsons The New School

2016

How is time en captured in one's being? How does one realizes and preferred the involvement of an experience over other noises, and why? Like time, light is intangible and induces variance. However, both reacted in respect to one's personal response, attentiveness and liking towards the memorable quality of the two. Hence, transforming what were once transcendent entities into what we perceive as memory.

 

Memories that are powerful enough to shake or strengthen the very core of our human souls. Like memories our light installation attempts to invoke and transform a participant's personal and reserved tactile - visual engagements with it into an experience that one would remember.