In our curiosity to understand space and how bodies relate to it, we collaborated with Rita Ponce de León (Peru, 1982) to develop an installation who focuses mainly on the exploration of connections and conversations between different realities through drawing and installation. This intention was translated into space.
Endless openness produces circles the title of the exhibition as well as the installation in the last room of the skylight gallery, plays with exactly this idea of infinite openness. The willingness to immerse oneself in this environment leads to the openness the artist here endeavors to address. The construction of two large intersecting aluminum frames protruding outside the window in the last gallery is mirrored inside the gallery by similar frames extending from the window. The “door-window” thus multiplied also multiplies the views one can experience and elaborates the openness of the window as such. The visitor is moreover invited to change the frames’ position inside the gallery and thus to modify the view from the window.