The Point of View (2014) is a spatial image (installation) that continues exploration of play-forms in both art and society. It consists of six interconnected panels (each 60x80cm) made of play dice. Each image consists of 1230 dice. All are made by turning the dice to show only one of the numbers, from 1 through to 6. The idea was to take an object from everyday life and install it in an art work, changing its meaning and context, and simultaneously exploring the form of a point (dot) as basis of art, poetry and communication.