„A Room of One‘s Own“
Windows, igloo tent, wood laths, rope.
House object L155*H180*D155cm, tent object L150*H230*D150cm.
"A Room of One's Own" is an ode to Virginia Woolfs essay which was published as a feminist statement. As part of the installation two objects play contrary roles in defining a similar amount of space. One space is measured by a heavy glass cube that can be visually entered easily. The opposing space is floating in the air lightly but doesn't reveal what hides inside.