The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. The most enjoyable distance between two points is a slow line. We may know the point A and the point B, however we will never know what shape the line will take. Spending our time going from A to B is not about the A or the B, it’s about what the path becomes.
The Slow Line is a generative piece. A line moves through space of its own accord, twisting and turning, rolling through time as do our paths through life. We are meant to contemplate the illusion of control over the path we follow and understand that enjoying the path from A to B is more important than speed and efficiency.
The Slow Line is meant for meditation and self-reflection of how we travel through life, how we get from A to B, and why we move between the two the way we do.
Dimensions (Size varies between locations)
H: 2 m W: 3 m D: 0 cm