Safe as houses II
The second part of an exhibition project about a fictional house for two people, inspired by the work of John Hejduk, Roland Barthes, Gaston Bachelard and Marcel Proust.
A wonky and singular house is setting up on a desert.
As she seems to resist to this infinite outside, both huge and tiny, watching in all directions, she seems to be an impregnable fortress and yet the only withdrawal.
Like a centered space where everything moves apart.
In fact, her inside is a weird space, protective but dysfunctional, where you can feel a moving ghosly presence.
In that video/fiction as in the rest of the exhibition, space and time are broken up, stretched, dislocated, in ruins, diving us in a soft and weird reverie.
Here everything is a spacing experience, a sensitive experience, a mise en abyme, where inhabiting is the question and the house is seen as ways of worldbeing and ways of worldmaking.