Peripheral punctuation

Berlin - Germany, 2017

Dye-sublimation prints on chiffon, quilted on mdf support and polyurethane foam. 

43x28cm

43x28cm

28x43cm

 

It’s late night. The neighbourhood is asleep. The only noise comes from a tram screeching in the distance - someone is on their way back home. Buildings echoes each other, housing units repeat themselves as if it were a mirror maze. An illusion. The sky is dark and thick.

Somewhere it looked different.

 

It is a fraction of a second. 

This claustrophobic nightmare becomes soft as a cloud whilst the dark night silently cracks. As it was a gravitational field, reality bends under the weight of imagination and for little moment fantasy becomes more real, more tangible than reality itself.

And this will keep us alive for another day.