“‘Difluxe’ allows us to observe and interact with a world of living beings. On screen, the particles wander forming groups similar to schools of fish. The visitor is invited to upset the balance of this microcosm by placing red or blue plexiglass disks on the surface of the screen.
By This simple gesture, the visitor forces the particles to reveal their true nature. Half of them are desperate to join the red discs while avoiding the blue while the rest of them have the opposite behavior. Visitors can observe the chaos generated by their actions in the ceaseless movements of particles to find an equilibrium state.
The purpose of this installation is to experience duality in a living system, certain situations create confusion such that the particles never recover their balance. Their behaviors are also based on human nature and our permanent dissatisfaction. Each particle is endowed with free will that evolves over time, they are attracted to blue, red or completely independent.
‘Difluxe’ enables us to contemplate and play with the fluctuations of a world that we don’t always understand.”