exhibited in: bang. Prix 2018, Bilsart
Iso-line, to be experienced in real time in interaction with the audience, deals with the isolation of individuals.
There are times and places where people feel trapped and cannot find a solution. Even though a person tries to escape from a physical environment, and shows a tendency to leave it, sometimes they may not succeed. When they cannot succeed, they isolate themselves from the society and other individuals. While the individual chooses loneliness and creates an area where they can be alone in their inner world, they isolate themselves from the outside world and ignores the other individuals around them. Ignoring propels other individuals to loneliness, thus creating a situation of loneliness that occurs against the will of the individual. Iso-line aims to reflect the perception that loneliness brought along with social isolation as a choice and an obligation from two different perspectives. It uses abstract representations to show the paradox of two conditions as the basis of isolation.
The audience creates their interaction with the installation by physically approximating the installation. During the interaction period, Iso-line provides visitors with the opportunity to both experience and observe the action of isolation.