Two Legs one Arm _ no shoes and help the little ones
Room (approx. 4x8x6 m) and installation to walk in (approx. 2,5x3x5 m)
Material: blue paint, metal, wood, fabric, mattress
A space offered to the visitor for experience:
The entire room is painted in a rather strong blue and serves as an atmospheric canvas for the actual installation.
The choice of colour originates from research on the particular conditions of the sky, light and weather (="the hour of clarity").
The sculpture, which invites you to lie down and float, is inspired by a cocoon and is intended as a place for reflection,
rest and perhaps even the metamorphosis of ideas. It is a shelter to reflect on the construction of the home and how colour
is only a reflection of light. This side-specific work was accessible to visitors of the HISK studios and beyond that was used
by the artist herself.
tiny little feet
walking on blue tiles
standing on a platform
lying down to rest
real dreams are blurring into each other
yesterday becomes tomorrow
while you are
both of them