«(Dis)comfort zone», 2017-2018

Where do we seek shelter when we feel bad? Where does the line between peace and unhealthy escapism lie? When does the hostility and deviance of the small safety island surrounded by the bedroom or bathroom walls become obvious?
“(Dis)comfort zone” studies the moment when the comfort in which we hide from the outside world, just like under a blanket, turns against us.

 

The installation - a room filled with objects turned inside out (literally or concepually) - presents an interactive exhibition slash quest, where the viewer is only capable of finding the opposite of its goal.