Site-Specific installation developed for the Hessel Museum of Art, NY, consists of two cotton curtains built using moulage technique directly on the walls. The pieces were finalised in-situ, to fully grasp the sense of space in the gallery. The curtains were placed along the visitor’s way, narrowing or displacing passages and altering people’s perception of space while visiting the museum. Plants, part of the curatorial project, were used as ‘supporting’ structures, bringing along a sense of care and attention.
At the exhibition space, interesting connections could be drawn between the textiles shapes and the works of Ivana Kralickova, Maria Dauliute and Falke Pisano.