Two wooden walls, white acrylic paint, 2,000 m of black elastic cord
± 250 × 250 × 650 cm
The word “timeless” is spelled out in perforations on two walls standing parallel to each other. Seen head-on, the walls form the “pause” symbol. Each hole is initially linked to its counterpart by a black elastic cord stretch ing through the walls and knotted at the ends. As knots come undone, cords slide down between the walls to form a tangle that becomes a physical and mental obstacle. Viewers can then read the word “timeless” in its entirety only by assimilating the empty spaces on each wall; its legibility depends on their continuous movement.