The concept of the work is based on the visual interpretation of the subdued form, through the processes of certain movements of the subject and the environment. In The ‘Necklace’ work including the movement principles: formation and disappearance, the spirit energy and surrounding manifestations. The semblance of this representation is in the constant movement of the dominant form of the figure, outline and fluid space. This division in movement is characterised by given directions of movement in horizontal (x-axis), vertical (y-axis) and movement of the form in the axis of symmetry (s-axis). All relations form the unity of the movement process, which requires a cycle during the encounter but also transience. The ‘Necklace’ work is actually a geometry of movement in infinite space concentrated in the axis of the necklace.
The initial movement along the horizon is uniform. It is a melancholic representation present in all of us. It is a set and an instrument as a personification of real movement, and a manifestation characteristic of the natural cycle. The relationship of this movement speaks of the natural need for communication, sharing and the other. While moving through a horizontal frame, the dominant object is the one moving on its axis of symmetry throughout the frame. This movement is internal. It represents the movement around its axis, the axis of symmetry. It is the movement that separates the natural cycle from us and represents our inner movement. This movement is initiated by a figure resembling a moving mark, a form that absorbs the movement dynamics through its amorphousness during contraction and expansion. The figure is a set of measurements, a matrix in motion, a point of formation or disappearance.
The whole process divided a whole that unites the relationships between movements throughout life, connections, but also transience and returning the periodicity of backward movement. The relationship of movement ranges from melancholic, through the multiplied dynamic form in interaction to the central circular movement.