Social and Intimate Distance – The Desire of Assemblage

The 3D model is a powerful conceptual tool as well as an excellent way to communicate ideas through pictures. The pictures shot from different angles simulate a visit in space. Sometimes the small maquettes accompany a project for a larger installation work. They often bring to bear notions of control, the social and the intimate distance, as well as gender in some instances.

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“Do Not Cross The Line”, Pipeline, Nov 2016, Installation shot. >  More images and press release. 


What’s between you and me, and myself and an object of desire.

Where is that line that we don’t cross, is there a risk at crossing it?

 

Can ‘we’ escape from a controlled space?

At which point a fight occurs?

 

Divorce…

 

2017 started for me with an emotional chock, followed with the breaking of 17 years of marriage.

Louise Bourgeois says “Art in a Guaranty of Sanity”, and that I have been seeking,  constantly constructing and deconstructing, ordering  my work and my life, looking for a space in which to breath, think, and exist.

The new artworks are made using different media, moods, and modes of actions. In June 2017 I decided to reassemble the work and created an installation in my ASC studio near Elephant & Castle. It is a work of assemblage, contextual and personal, while open to interpretation.

Le Banc des Divorces  3 – 30th June 2017 – ASC Studio – London Se17