200 x 300 cm.
Palladium refers to Greek Mythology and the classic legend of the War of Troy. The city of Troy was under protection of Athena and the manifestation of this alliance was the Palladium; a statue which was not supposed to be seen by the common people. The Palladium was placed in the most sacred and secure part in the Temple of Troy. Following the legend, Troy was safe for any outside threats as long as the Palladium was securely kept inside the solid temple walls.
Palladium is constructed by four transparent, rotating plexi-glass layers with printed letters placed inside each other in the shape of a cylinder. At the core is a light witch projects the letters on the surrounding walls. From certain viewpoints and at certain times it is possible to reveal new meanings and constructed sentences due to the ever rotating movements.