300 x 200 cm, 2022
posture, position, hierarchy.
Public space is constituted through location, boundary and possibility. Our actions and the way we perceive and encounter each other determine it beyond its boundaries. Space, and how we understand it, is not an architectural one, not one with walls and artificial boundaries; it is a social mesh, a togetherness-in-relation, a place of community that is always emerging.
The floating, fenced-in lawn is an invitation to approach the place beyond the boundary, to view it from a distance and from the perspective of a gliding space in between.