Second Moon Syndrome is a work that has been “travelling” since 2013. In Spring, it will relocate from Lower to Upper Silesia in order to shine in Bytom.
Hanging the artificially shining second moon is an act that offers the possibility of creating a counter-place, which is identical to the already existing one, yet differs in terms of its aura and generates an illusion. By means of the second moon, the artists attempt to idealise space, expanding it with an oneiric perspective of the onlooker. The sense of homely boundlessness is inspiring. Both sides of the moon are always bright.
Collaboration: Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom.