In Starfield, Wolfson animates traveling bright spots against a dark background. You can conjure up visions of outer space taken from science fiction productions, where the look of a space traveler wanders through space. Still, the animation is merely a version of the Starfield screensaver, popular in the ’90s. Also, the film can be considered as potential representations of infinity and eternity. From the perspective illusion, the orbits of the stars appear as parallel lines. The lines appear to converge and eventually found in the two-dimensional film. The mathematical axiom of parallel lines intersecting at infinity, is turned into a possible scenario. Wolfson’s work often triggers ideas infinite spaces, changes in the time domain or powers and limitless possibilities. In his visual worlds, these options almost seem attainable, a window to new dimensions seems to open the viewer.