Interventive Spatial Installation,
Department of Site-Specific Art,
In my graduation work “Relocation/A Formation”, the Department’s spaces are dismantled and transformed into a physically accessible installation. The inside and the outside start to overlap. Attention as well as the attributes of posters play an integral role in this work. Wooden frames break through the rooms’ original architecture.
This work is about the formation of space. It consists of contradictions which cause inner tensions: inside vs outside, content vs emptiness, subject vs object – which become entangled with one another.