2016Pigment print, 90×72 cmvideo loop in installation box
A work, that bears the name to make sense of the latin content — arise, come to light, emerge, appear.
A work, that consists of so-called unexpected kennel — a long, white, unfinished structure featuring a projection of a video of a white dog, running back and forth in a certain rhythm. The observer has no access to the room — for them there’s an opening, about the width of pair of eyes, stretching from floor to ceiling. The lighting at the back of the structure is consistent, however the appearance of the dog is irregular. Close to the opening of the door, at the opposite, the photograph supports the necessity or opportunity of the apparition.