Fun X hours chambers

(public private sphere)
This site-specific work responds to the Clovis XV exhibition space in Brussels. The main window of the room has been replaced by an oval smoked glass pane. The pane used creates real air-permeable gaps between the inside and outside. The window as a barrier, as an everyday protective shield, stops external attacks and immediately separates private spaces from the public.

Year of production: 2017
Materials: glass, pigmented engravings, acrylic object by Jakub Hosek, fur, chewing gum, toilet paper, latex
Images by: Jeschkelanger