Untitled, Light Bulb is made with just a few, simple elements, which nonetheless provoke a very precise feeling. We get the impression that something has happened here. The weak, intermittent light of the lamp, the liquid that drips relentlessly onto the floor, the old used tiles… everything contributes to a palpable sense of anxiety. Fear!? The work relates to a performance that the artist, Robert Whitman, carried out in 1965, when the artist threw water onto a lamp that was switched on. It exploded into a thousand pieces, sparking panic among the public. And fifty years on, in this simple installation Whitman uses ordinary objects (a light that comes and goes, a tiled floor and dripping oil) to activate strong emotions.