I have been exploring packaging materials in a whole variety of ways for several years now, as well as examining the interior and exterior qualities of various forms of packaging, intent on delving deeper into the questions of artificiality and naturalness.
The themes of experimentation and spatial creation in public and private spaces are pivotal in my work.
This particular creation uses 46 polyethylene “shells” measuring 4/5 and 6m in length. Together they form a modular construction connected to an unplugged air supply system. The plastic shells create their own individual installation in the context of a different room and different story. Altered room compositions with or without air respectively yield and proffer new ideas/concepts.
The plastic shells become the packaging material of a room, or could it be that the room becomes their form of packaging...