The intervention spreading over 120 sqm on the volcanic rocks at the edge of Cape Jason defines a new strip of waves stemming from the shape of the ripples of the ever-poppling water. While adding a horizontal expansion to the movement of the tides, this spiral form filling the cavities in the rocks also traces a topographic reading. The marks indicate where the sea level may reach in the Black Sea region, which is believed to be one of the last ones to be affected by the rising of the waters due to global warming. While the work applied on the farthest edge of the cape, hence the region, has the audience focus on where they are, it also forms a meeting point in the east-west axis and points to its location.


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