By using found footage of space exploration, reshooting it and manipulating it, this video acquires a strange and unfamiliar ambiance. A planet revolves in a gaseous atmosphere that appears beyond our rational knowledge of the universe. It is the space beyond our own, beyond what we see and understand. The peculiarity of the imagery provokes the question as to what is contained in our atmosphere that challenges our vision and understanding of the world.
For this installation I painted the window of the gallery and then projected the video through the window, so that the viewer sees a double image, the efflux/spatter of the title.