Point Supreme Architects replicated a gallery space from blue foam at half its size; visitors simultaneously experience the space and its replica, the gallery and its model. The space and its exhibit coincide. Like Alice in Wonderland people appear normal in the former and gigantic in the latter.
The project was part of a collaboration with two visual artists, a musician and a performance artist/choreographer for an art installation and one week performance titled ‘ I DO’. The architects provided the artists with the half scaled construction to work on. Each artist’s intervention engages with the actual gallery space but also its miniature version. Every action takes on a double meaning. It is impossible to tell the actual scale of any action or thing.
The piece is made of standard blue foam insulation panels.