Berlin-based artist Michael Sebastian Haas’ latest installation ‘Interface’, saw a 225 square metre blue polyester fabric hung high above the Avlaki Bay on the Greek island of Paxos. Interface was exhibited as part of the inugural Paxos Contemporary Art Project, which took place on the idylic island this September.

‘Interface’ by Michael Sebastian Haas was a sea and land installation that was hard to reaach, purposefully placed where the elements and location changed its appearance over the course of a day. In the morning, a blue square field levitated over the bay before noon arrived and the lifted the piece into a horizontal position where it floated until late afternoon. In the evening, as the winds calmed over the bay, viewers were faced with a dark, moving square.