One Sunray through the Earth, 2019

searchlight, electronic and mechanical components
in collaboration with Constantin Engelmann

Every evening near Alexanderplatz one ray of sunlight shines fleetingly into the dark sky. The appearance of this phenomenon at latitude 52.52, longitude 13.41 (at Alte Münze) coincides with local noon on the exact opposite side of the planet: longitude -166.59. The sunray slips through an imaginary slit in Earth’s blue sphere, reappearing to reach out into the middle of the Berlin night.

For more information see the website onesunray.earth