"Place to Space" is a multimedia installation of four different videos and sounds playing simultaneously and on an infinite loop. The source of inspiration for the installation is a static video showing the sky that I recorded from my balcony. “Through screens, which I could access with a smart device in that particular fixed place, I was able to experience the movement towards various spaces.” Starting with a sky image pointing toward the ceiling and a sculpture flowing downward in the opposite direction, images oriented in arbitrary directions, such as at an angle, reflecting the floor, or facing the wall, fill the space. Modern software simulated the aforementioned process of moving from place to space by translating it into various synthetic images. So these images reveal the journey of space into multiple directions.

This work is a record of the experience of being able to expand from one stationary location(place) into various infinite spaces not bound by time. Even without moving our bodies, we can easily expand a place into space through a screen. Lee-Fu Tuan, author of <Space and Place>, explains that ‘space is a place where movement is allowed, and a place is defined by stillness.' While looking at the screen, we forget our place and experience moving into space. And then floating in space, we lose a sense of place. Space flows because it moves/isn't a stationary thing. However, the space on the screen has no direction. Is the screen, with no direction and (movement) of time, ultimately still? So, I am asking the question 'does space become a place again?'