These industrial shapes get a homely appearance because of being covered in traditional carpets. The carpet designs refer to gardens and plants. At the same time the European landscape/nature as a whole is designed and man made. The artwork plays with the double bind of being dependend on these industrial presences and our loathing of them
in the environment.The piece in the end also creates an illusion of being a ritual place. Maybe it could be a place where the dualism as described above can be solved.
Not in my backyard
- 220cm, 500cm, 800cm (Height, Width, Depth)
- Textile, Wood
- Installation, Land Art, Figurative
- Society, Nature