What's Behind is a series of luminaries that mimic, hijacking architectural codes and elements such as grids, fake walls, facade cladding, windows, curtains and blackout film, all those layers that hide and conceal the wall's holes.
In the building, these openings usually allow to see through, indirectly communicate (see our neighbors apartment), they make the walls breath. Here, an inbetween space is revealed, it create possibility to imagine a presence. The idea is to give a feeling of life behind the object.
Because of their design, these lamps are micro architectures which can be considered as light sculptures. As night light, these objects do not necessarily offer functional lighting, they are a form of testimony of the concept of intimacy and voyeurism. They literally peel what the wall is made of to highlight their porosity and the flux that flow through them.