Installation, Urban landscape / Architecture, Other, Other metals, 100x100x100cm, 2010
This part gives an insight of each dwelling and recalls my childhood. When I tried to hide from reality, I used to build little houses, with any casual objects I could find on my way. I used to create spaces where I could feel free to daydream in my own distorted reality. The house is conceived as a primary protection and shelter. It embodies the melancholy of the past and the hope for the future. The walls are covered with drawings: maps and sections of how I imagined this house to be in the real world. Almost like in the fairytales of Pinocchio.