“Strolling”, is an installation
comprising a circular pavement, which as one strolls along it evokes
the action of travelling through life and the uncertainty felt throughout
it. A pavement taken out of its normal context as it is exhibited
in an exhibition hall, the circular form determines and creates
a path with no beginning or end, travelling without a destination,
absurd, without any sense, whomever strolls along it just goes round
and round in circles.
An installation, its metaphor, we
are the principal. Upon stepping onto the pavement and starting
to walk, we recognise our steps, taking us back to other walks we
have taken, where we had hope that everything would be better tomorrow,
trying to leave behind the negative moments and letting ourselves
be seduced by a pleasant yet fleeting lightheartedness.