A square field of 6 x 6 meters is set up on the floor of the exhibition venue, onto which lines are projected as if scanning the space. As soon as a visitor steps into the field, an embedded sensing mechanism instantly measures and analyzes that person's position, weight, orientation, speed and gravitational acceleration, and translates those data into distortions of the projected lines, and blinking LED and sound patterns that engulf the exhibition space. The visitor can walk freely within the installation space, and sense from the dynamically transforming light and sound the load of gravity on the body, along with the body's reacting force against it.
The field consists of a cell-like arrangement of a total of 225 square panels of 40 x 40 centimeters with an embedded sensing mechanism. This sensing mechanism was originally developed to detect the mass, position, orientation, gravitational acceleration and other continuous transformations of objects on the field with high precision.
In this work, GPS satellites orbiting high above the sky are additional elements that play a vital role, as the virtual attractive forces occurring between the work and GPS satellites are converted into distortions of the lines and other spatial transformations as well. Highlighted through this is the fact that the installation itself, including its visitors, exists amid the macroscopic, relative movements of such bodies as the earth and satellites.