'But the real wardrobe is not an everyday piece of furniture. It is not open every day, and so, like a heart that confides in no one, the key is not on the door.' (Bachelard)
'12 Wardrobes', insists on the idea of twelve existing subjectivities, but masking all information on the individuals except for the image of this particular household space. The ambiguity of this gesture is also the ambiguity that describes and conceals identity itself.The main questions of this project concerns subjectivity. In fact, the wardrobe represents intimacy, memory and family relations. Thus, wardrobes are 'organs of the secret psychological life'. Without these objects our intimate life would lack a model of intimacy.