Artist Robert Seidel projects bizarre video images on delicate suspended shapes in this mesmerizing video "grapheme."

Seidel began with sketches drawn from memories and associations to create a kinetic video display that moves through time without conveying a fixed start of end point. As he puts it:
The organic projection sculpture frees the film from the dogmatic limitations of rectangular silver screens and monitors. These delicate, laser-cut tissues float in the architectural space, light spills over them, and they come to life before the viewers' eyes.

Mirrors reflect the projected film image back onto viewers and allow them to become part of the work in the form of their own reflected image. In the multiple layers of the work, observers' personal memories, their own reflection, that of the museum environment, the installation and the daylight become bound together into a situational work of art.
Robert Seidel's installation debuts at Germany's Museum Wiesbaden on May 7th. Immerse your mind in "grapheme" below: