Airing

(intense cross ventilation)
As it is meant to observe in the works named Airing (intense cross ventilation), crystallized in this in-between, a slightly-opened state. The windows that were once supposed to define the domestic space by protecting its inhabitants, keeping the other and nature at a distance, however, allowed the sight. The interior could only partially be guessed by an outside viewer. Passage between the interior and the exterior, between you and me, this glass interface is here left permanently ajar. The picture-window has now a frozen tilt mechanism, a leak, and if one would try to close it, it would simply shatter.

Marie DuPasquier

Year of production: 2019
Materials: glass, screws
Images by: Jan Brockhaus, Chroma