Jean-Pascal Flavien

Ballardian four
Technique: Plasterboard, glass, metal (house)

Shower curtain, metal rod, camp bed, soft PVC foil, Plexiglas, velcro (inside the house) Made of two near identical structures, posed at an angle and apparently held by a central hinge, Ballardian House addresses a notion of doubling, coupling, and splitting. The two parts constitute separate but connected elements: while one section of the house is accessible and may accommodate a living inhabitant, its double is inhabited only by a stone.

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