anna korteweg - netherlands
When does a house stop being a house and become a building? (2-part installation)
| Popular plastic table covering, make a selection of different prints | Scissors | Cutting blade | Glue | Air pump | Abandoned house | Sketches of pencil on paper |
Cut out leaf-shaped strips of plastic table covering and glue them together, over several days and with the help of artists, to make a 3-meter diameter blow-up ball. Place the object in a room in an abandoned house. Using an air compressor, pump air until the plastic ball fills the room. Remember: keep your fingers crossed that there are no holes.
In the next room, cut out some of the floral patterns from the plastic table coverings and use them to make patterns on the ground. The final step is to put up the sketches on the adjacent wall.