Time Warp is a set of wooden sculptures, which offer a metaphor of general relativity. The trees contain within them a very particular testimony of the passage of time. The distance formed between each ring during a specific lapse of time symbolizes a form of materialized space-time. By sculpting each piece of wood in the same way that stars bend space-time by their mass, Time Warp operates a symbolic inversion between visible and invisible. The act of carving makes matter disappear and gives shape to emptiness. Space-time, through the patterns left by the rings becomes palpable and visible, as the star is guessed by the light that can be seen at the end of the cavity.