OpenArt Biennale/ Hjälmar Bergmantheater/ Örebro, Sweden
In the man-made square world, the corner is the beginning and end of a room. A right angled corner cut off from its attendant framework shows where walls meet a ceiling or a floor. A small corner thus removed from its context immediately becomes a miniature of a space, with walls and floors endlessly continuing and expanding from it.
A corner contains three parts of the same size and form that can be used to construct a recurring tessellation continuing in the manner of a mosaic. The shapes fit each other perfectly with no gaps or overlap. More important than the geometric image was the three-dimensional – and existing – corner, hidden and camouflaged within a square.