60 minute installation is an assemblage consisting out of two tanning stations shedding a blue light for a period of 60 minutes. The light is shed on a zinc plate I once had, wanting to make an etching (never did). On this zinc plate, the lights transforms into two blue pillars. The zinc plate also reflects the light onto a photograph showing a white light which, for now, becomes a blue light. After one hour, the installation stops. If the gallery owner misses this moment, the visitors which are currently in the room will not see the installation but only the pieces it’s consisting out of. They will say it wasn’t working. 

- Karolien Chromiak - 60 minute installation (copyright David Van Miegem), 2015
60 minute installation (copyright David Van Miegem), 2015
- Karolien Chromiak - Chromiak (left) & Ramaekers (a series of lights and light conductors, third form)
Chromiak (left) & Ramaekers ("a series of lights and light conductors, third form")
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