Light and Shadow of Fundamental Interactions is a large scale solo exhibition consisting of previous analog light art works by Salvesen such as Gravity I-II (2017) and Orbit I-III (2018). The exhibition presents also a bunch of new works in the same thematics of space and forces that act all around us. The artworks navigates through the delicate harmony between coloured filters, glass reflections and analog projectors creating a structure of three dimensionality and space on a seemingly two dimensional surface. The exhibition flirts with the relationship between heavenly bodies, reflects on the forces in the universe, and thus on the place of the viewer in a universe which scale is totally incomprehensible to us humans.
The exhibition consists in total of 11 works all spread across a large space creating an universe of spatial light sculptures.
The fundamental interactions, also known as the fundamental forces, are in physics any of the four basic forces, gravitational, electromagnetic, and strong and weak forces. These forces govern how particles and objects interact and decay, and make up the basic building blocks of all interactions we know of in the universe.