Typically, the advertising light boxes, filling the streets look like windows into the world of simple and affordable material pleasures. By putting in one of such light boxes, in place of the usual advertisement, the daytime photos of the part of the space, located directly behind it, we turn it into a magical glowing box of "processing" glass, through which we "see" the day image of this part of space in the dark. This can be seen as the futuristic "Victory over the Sun" - illogical situation, it would seem, - a fragment of the daylight space in the absence of the sun - creates new spatial, temporal, semantic links. In addition, by placing a fragment of the surrounding space in the lightbox instead of the advertisement, we slightly reduce the informational pollution - observation of a piece of ordinary wood or a house, for example, is ever more eco-friendly than the forced study of information about reduced-price goods. As it turned out, during the day, in the dayligh, the object reads well too.
The installation was done during light art festival UNDARK2014