210 cm x 100 cm x 110 cm
A passage between what is present and what is absent. A fabricated vacancy or imagined threshold of the periphery between inner and outer. There is an old Swedish custom of using fir trees in different ways when someone passes away. The firs in Passus have been deprived of their needles to emphasize the annihilation of time: it is dead and it will die or it is absent and it will be absence, it is loss and it will be lost.