[…] Hinrich Gross also plays with the possibilities of translating physical conditions into aesthetic pictorial statements in his second work on this floor. In this experimental arrangement, five spotlights emit light paths that are perceived by our eyes as a white light, which are superimposed on the floor of the barn and combine to form an object of pictorial, even perspective expressiveness.
With the inclusion of the wooden floor as a structuring grid, the manifold overlaps of the individual light cones result in a sophisticated and complex play of light and shadow that only seemingly ends at the hard edges of the light path. This projection is therefore not an image that has become a flash of light, but rather a very subtle way of taking up space. Perhaps it is this blurriness that makes this work a light event of enchanting dance-like lightness.
Stephanie Rilling- Gilles M.A.