"Recorded Expansions of Infinite Things" (2012) is a large screen made of letters printed on silicone. The superimposing printing represents the fictional layering of all possible books written over a long period of time, translated and recorded in a two-dimensional form. History, with all its transitions and possible changes, is translated and frozen into one unique moment, into one single of infinite versions of an ever-changing text. The originally solid and inflexible shapes of the printed letters struggle with the translucence of the material for maintaining their stable form.

Recorded Expansions of Infinite Things, 2012

silicone mould of typographic letters
200 x 300 x 1 cm

Installation view at Jeu de Paume, Paris, 2012 © Rosa Barba