How can Image (2D) influence Space (3D)?
This is a series of installations (on the wall, on the floor, at the corner of the room..) aiming at modifying our relationship with space. How can we make our living spaces more enjoyable and adaptable to our daily activities? The main focus of the research is the use of a (2D) flat medium (painting, pannel, carpet) to achieve this goal: the improvement of the (3D) space.
Designed at the occasion of my Space & Product Design Master’s Degree’s graduation project.
Space installations, Acrylic on paper, felt. Reims, France, 2015
Panel hung on the wall, containing 4 different pictures (4 positions). One can move the panels as one would turn the pages of a book. They all offer a different perspective. The visuals are evocative pictures of theoretical architecture’s samples.
Lighting panel hung to the wall, formed by 1 central panel and 2 blinds on each side. The amount of light released in the room can be gradually modulated by opening 1 or 2 blinds (4 positions).
Have you ever noticed cats' great sense of space and position in a space? For example, they would sit on your freshly washed and folded sweater because it creates a visual defined, reassuring zone. I believe humans are sensitive to the same problematics. That's what their furniture and interiors should be there for.
This installation is a carpet which can either lie flat on the floor or be folded in a corner. The white zone displayed is an invitation to place objects in a certain way in the room, or to create a sitting area. (2 positions).