Schwarzschild – RADIUS

A space of not knowing. A space with incredible density at its innermost core. A horizon beyond which there is no more to be perceived.

Schwarzschild – RADIUS was a graduation work in the form of a self-portrait, characterizing the fluctuous states and faces of depression. It has been presented at Theaterfestival Boulevard, Festival Circolo, Watdajel Festival in Utrecht and as a part of SEASONING at United-C in Eindhoven.

The Schwarzschild radius is a term used in astronomy to define the radius of the spherical boundary within which a given mass must collapse to become a black hole. This implies that once anything, matter or even light, passes this boundary (the so-called event horizon) it can no longer escape the pull of gravity and will inevitably continue falling towards the center of the black hole.