As exhibited at Sculpture By The Sea, Aarhus, DK. 2015.
Materials: Granite, thermometer.
Dimensions: 90x110x220 cm.
This art work is created with that in mind that the transmission of the heat held by various objects work as mirrors. From this mirror we are able to gain knowledge of the world around us. Were we to take a thermal snapshot, a kind of immediate and unchangeable reading of its data, then the temperature measured inside of the rock will be different than the temperature of the surface. This kind of thermal mirror is therefore delayed. What we measure isn’t the temperature of the present, but the temperature of the past. Adding the temperature measured now to the equation written on the rock, you will be able to register the temperature of yesterday.